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About A.D. Wolf

A.D. Wolf is an award-winning author, filmmaker, and game creator.

How to Love Others Well

By |March 20th, 2018|A.D. Wolf, Loving Others, Relationships|

Author Paul Tripp wrote a blog about how to love others well and I found it very compelling. Here are the highlights: 1. Love IS willing self-sacrifice for the good of another that does not require reciprocation or that the person being loved is deserving. 2. LOVE IS being willing to have your life complicated by [...]

How I Found John August’s Golden Ticket

By |March 5th, 2018|A.D. Wolf|

A Fan of John August I’ve been a long-time supporter of John August’s work. You might recognize him as the writer of Charlie’s Angels, Big Fish, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, or any of his other movies. I joined John’s Kickstarter campaign for his Writer Emergency Pack, attended his directorial premiere of The Nines at the [...]

I Took Our Baby to Disneyland. Alone.

By |June 9th, 2017|A.D. Wolf, Disneyland, Writing|

When my daughter Adele was six months old and I was tasked with looking after her for a day, I did what any responsible father would do. I took her to Disneyland. That was the first time I would be alone with our baby for a whole day to look after her so I wanted [...]

Disneyland Inspires Me to Write

By |May 24th, 2017|A.D. Wolf, Disneyland, Hooked Movie, Hooked Novel, Wizard of Oz, Writing|

Most people give me a you-must-be-crazy look when I mention that I’ve been to Disneyland over 400 times. Then I explain why. I’ve been a very prolific writer at the park which is where I’ve worked on screenplays, my novel Hooked, and my upcoming novel based on the Wizard of Oz. One writing day at Disneyland [...]

Disney Releases New Trailer for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

By |October 13th, 2016|Movie Trailers|

This morning, Disney and Lucasfilm Ltd released a new trailer for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. This trailer reveals even more plot details than the previous ones. The film will arrive in theaters December 16th. As a child, I was inspired to be a storyteller by the original Star Wars movies. It has been [...]

Best Trailers from Comic Con

By |July 25th, 2016|A.D. Wolf, Comic Con, Movie Trailers, Movies|

San Diego's Comic Con has become the place where studios debut trailers for some of their most exciting upcoming movies. Or, at least the movies they would like us to be the most excited about. These films are heavy in visual effects and grand storylines. Which of these are you most looking forward to? Justice League: While technically [...]

New Hooked Contest Launches

By |June 9th, 2016|A.D. Wolf, Contests, Hooked Novel|

Many funny and dramatic scenes in my romantic comedy novel Hooked take place in a coffee shop in New York City. To celebrate those moments, we’re giving away a Coffee Lover’s Gift Basket and a signed copy of Hooked. You can imagine yourself in those scenes as you enjoy the coffee and treats. We're also giving [...]

The King and I and Modern Slavery

By |May 19th, 2016|A.D. Wolf, Hooked Novel, Human Trafficking|

When I was in high school, I played percussion in the orchestra for our production of Rodger and Hammerstein’s “The King and I” which permanently installed the “Shall We Dance?” tune inside my head. So when I had the chance to see a revival of the Broadway show on a recent trip to Chicago for BookCon, I [...]