Adrienne deWolfe is a national bestselling author of fiction and non-fiction books. In addition to writing wildly popular, award-winning novels, Adrienne is a book-writing coach. Several of her students' novels have risen to #1 on Amazon.
Adrienne's fiction debut occurred with Bantam Books' release of Texas Outlaw, the first book in her bestselling Wild Texas Nights series. Texas Outlaw broke industry records in paperback when it was nominated for two Rita Awards by the published authors of Romance Writers of America (RWA).
Since that time, each of Adrienne’s five paperback Romance novels has earned distinctions from reviewers and readers. Three of her heroes won Knight in Shining Silver (K.I.S.S.) Awards from Romantic Times Magazine, and a fourth hero won the Avon Romance Reader’s Poll for favorite Romance hero.
Not to be outdone, Adrienne’s heroines also rate high among readers, who have recognized her with the Honey of a Heroine Award (West Houston Chapter, RWA) and the Cameo Award for Strong Woman Characters (Calico Trails Magazine).
The readers of Calico Trails also named Adrienne’s third book, Texas Wildcat, the Best Historical Romance of the Year.
As eReader devices gained in popularity, Adrienne turned her attention to writing books directly for ebook distribution. These titles include her bestselling non-fiction series, Secrets to Getting Your Romance Novel Published, and her Western Historical Romance, Seduced by an Angel (Book #3 in the Velvet Lies series).
Since that time, the ebook edition of Texas Outlaw (Book 1, Wild Texas Nights) rose to #1 on Amazon and BN.com. Texas Lover (Book 2, Wild Texas Nights) rose to #2 on Amazon, while the entire Wild Texas Nights series remained in Amazon's top 100 lists for approximately 7 months.
Adrienne's other #1 bestselling fiction:
- Scoundrel for Hire (Book 1, Velvet Lies)
- Tin-Stars and Troublemakers (an anthology of Western Historical Romance Novels, featuring Texas Outlaw)
- Pistols and Petticoats (a Historical Western Romance anthology, featuring Adrienne's novella, Shady Lady)
Adrienne confesses that she can’t sit still for long in front of a computer. A popular speaker who has lead writing and creativity workshops around the country, she taught “How to Write a Novel that Sells” for several years at a Texas college. In her hometown, she has held the office of Vice President of Mentoring for the not-for-profit organization, Women of Visionary Influence, and she has served for two consecutive years as a New Business Ambassador for the Chamber of Commerce. Her personal interests include singing classical choral works (like Mozart's Requiem,) volunteering on behalf of environmental organizations, and inspiring children to read books.
Adrienne is a firm believer that “what you believe, you achieve." When she coaches fiction writers, Adrienne draws upon her 20 years of training in Attitudinal Healing, which teaches that individuals can change their circumstances by choosing to look at their situation, and the world around them, from a new perspective. She is certified as a Peer Counselor and Group Facilitator of Attitudinal Healing, a program developed by psychiatrist Gerald Jampolsky, M.D., in Tiburon, California.
Adrienne’s current fiction writing projects include a series of Historical Western Romantic Suspense novels, Lady Law and the Gunslinger.