D. A. Adams Author

10595805_10203590378934355_84180871_nD.A. Adams was born in Florida but was raised in East Tennessee. He received a Master of Arts in Writing from the University of Memphis in 1999 and has taught college English for over a decade. His first novel, The Brotherhood of Dwarves, was released in 2005 and has been described as a solid, honest work about camaraderie, bravery, and sacrifice, a very personal journey, more interested in the ways that a person is changed by life’s events than in epic battles and high magic. In 2008, the sequel, Red Sky at Dawn, was released to the exaltation that this novel thunders along, at times with dizzying speed. The action is visceral and imaginative without being gratuitous. Book three, The Fall of Dorkhun, came out in 2011, followed by book four, Between Dark and Light, in 2012.

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In terms of writing style, Adams exhibits an effortless narrative voice and a masterful balance between richly detailed descriptions and tightly worded minimalism. The pacing of his stories is breathtaking, with relentless action and captivating plot twists that keep readers riveted page after page. But his true talent as a writer lies in character development. Readers find themselves empathizing with, fearing for, and cheering on the characters as they overcome their personal shortcomings and grow as fully rendered individuals.
Adams is also the father of two wonderful sons and, despite his professional accomplishments, maintains that they are his greatest achievement in life. He resides in East Tennessee.

You can find D. A. Adams’ books here~~~~> http://www.amazon.com/D.A.-Adams/e/B004KAGS20/

2 thoughts on “D. A. Adams Author

  1. Hi Mr. Adams,

    My name is Ulf Bjorklund (Swedish) and I am a narrator and usually focus on Fantasy. One of my latest books, however was “The Man Who Played With Fire”, about the Swedish best-selling author Stieg Larsson. I read some of ‘The Brotherhood of Dwarves’ and would love to narrate you books!

    You can find my work on Audible.

    Please let me know if you are interested. If so I can record a sample from the book.

    Thank you!

    -Ulf Bjorklund

    1. It would be best to look D.A. Adams up and contact him directly. We simply house a page about him as he is a friend of ours we met at a convention.

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