My name is Aidan Donnelley Rowley. {Given. Maiden. Married.}

I am an author and a mother. I write books and raise girls in the wildness of New York City. And I am egotistical enough to have not one about page, but six. If you are curious to learn more about me, and this odd little corner of the cyber-cosmos, click away:







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most important bit of business:
welcome to ADR!



5 Comments for: "HELLO THERE."
  1. Jess

    LOVE your new site!!! Am going to be late for my spinning class because I can’t stop looking… love you too, xoxo

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  3. Hey Aidan,

    I’ve been a longtime reader of your blog, (I went to Brown, acted/modeled in NYC while also working at a hedge fund and different internet companies, got my MBA in HK, then got involved with 3 startups, before starting my own GlamGirl). I wanted to send you some beauty products to try, including our organic balms.

    Can you email me at Jennifer@Glam-Girl.com? (Your email link doesn’t work for me, for some reason!)


  4. AME

    Hello ADR,

    My name is Amanda and I find you to be an inspiration. I love all your details and the passion I can see in them, your love for your daughters and family is very admirable and sweet. I follow you on pretty much all of your social media sites and I love your posts. I’m discovering that being a creative is somewhat of an undertaking in today‚Äôs world and society, and it saddens me because our art is not valued as it should be. Writing and words are a part of my soul, but it is not very lucrative, which is a bit of a problem when you like the finer things in life and come from a well to-do family, who expect more from you. So, I was just wondering if you had any advice for a 25-year-old writer/poet who is trying to go down the path of writing and getting published, all while not being completely discouraged. Thanks! Xx

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