Adrienne deWolfe is a bestselling, award-winning author, who has worked as a newspaper journalist, corporate publicist, and college-level fiction teacher. She applies this experience in her role as a fiction writing coach, who has helped numerous students write bestselling novels.
Adrienne’s fiction debut occurred with Bantam’s 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). The entire series remained on Kindle’s Top 100 list for seven months, and Book 3 in the series, Texas Wildcat, was named the Best Historical Romance of the Year by Calico Trails Magazine.
Since that time, Adrienne has written five #1 bestselling novels for Bantam, Avon, and ePublishing Works. Her books have earned a variety of distinctions, including six awards for characterization.
When Adrienne’s not writing, she indulges in her other passion, literacy. She works part-time for the Institute of Reading Development, where she finds help for struggling school-aged readers.
Adrienne’s current fiction projects include the third book in her bestselling series, Lady Law and the Gunslinger, and a YA Fantasy series, Guardians of Aeld.