Adam Woodworth grew up in the small town of Nauvoo, Illinois and enjoyed writing from a very young age. He is married with two children and resides in the Chicago suburbs. Adam is the director of the Children's Museum in Oak Lawn.
I write a little of everything, fundraising proposals and I even worked in radio for awhile writing commercials for businesses. My first two books in the early 2000s, The Rantings of a 33-Year Old Father of Two and More Rantings of a 33-Year-Old Father of Two, were a collection of mostly humorous, real life snippets of human behavior that drove me crazy (at the time). I have been published in the trade magazine Advancing Philanthropy and in various Chamber of Commerce publications over the years. In 2008, my first children's story was published in the religious magazine, The Kids Ark. Most recently, I self-published my first e-book called, The Cure, which is available on Amazon.com. It is a book I wrote a few years ago that I decided to release on my own.