Warren Adler is a world-renowned novelist, short-story writer, poet, and playwright. Over the past forty years the prolific writer has published nearly three dozen books and more than a third of them have been sold to Hollywood. His most famous book, The War of the Roses, a masterpiece fictionalization of the ugliest divorce ever, was turned into a box office hit starring Danny DeVito, Michael Douglas, and Kathleen Turner. Random Hearts, starring Harrison Ford, was a major motion picture, and The Sunset Gang was a PBS trilogy. His books have been translated into twenty-five languages and have been reviewed or featured in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Cosmopolitan, Newsweek, Variety, Glamour, Washington Post, W, Time, Rolling Stone, Gannett News Service, and the Hollywood Reporter. He has also appeared on the Today Show and Good Morning America. Adler writes several times a week for The Huffington Post. He resides in Manhattan and can be found at www.warrenadler.com.