Wanted:  Magic & Miracles!

Adrienne deWolfe yearns to write Young Adult Fantasy. She was working toward that happy goal, when her computer blew up, scaring the snot out of her cat. The irritating machine then got stolen from the repair shop—along with 450 pages of Adrienne’s first fantasy manuscript. (Tsk, tsk. Some people will do anything to avoid writing.) 

The good news?  Adrienne’s back in the saddle, writing Young Adult Fantasy. After turning four of her adult Western Romances into #1 Bestsellers, she started work on Dark Wind. This first book in her Guardians of Aeld series was named one of the best up-and-coming teen fantasies in a Manuscript Competition, sponsored by the Writer’s League of Texas. (Want to read a sample chapter?)

When Adrienne’s not writing, she can often be found dragging her sopping-wet feline out of the bathtub. (Because Krazy Kat gets her jollies by cannon-balling into the water while Adrienne’s still in it.) On other days, Adrienne wages war with her printer. (You think we jest? See her post, “Help! My Printer Has a Poltergeist!”)

Adrienne’s greatest secret is she’s a gifted intuitive. Someday, she hopes to have a truly USEFUL premonition, so she can pick the winning Lottery ticket (or locate her missing computer.) Until that happy day arrives, she hopes you will buy lots of her books because cat therapists are VERY expensive. 

In addition to the blog on this website, Adrienne writes tips about the fiction-writing business at WritingNovelsThatSell.com. She offers story coaching to Romance writers and Fantasy writers, who are at least 18 years old. Looking for sneak peeks of Adrienne’s adult Romances? Visit LadyLawAndTheGunslinger.com.

Historical Western Romance Novel, Romantic Suspense

Meet Krazy Kat, the inspiration for many furry pranksters in Adrienne’s award-winning novels.