Are there any recommendations for premade solo adventures for DnD I could use to DM for my wife as a solo campaign?
She's a total novice to role-playing, so I'd like to focus on the exploration and interaction elements a bit more than the brawling. As such, most editions would be fine. I'm planning on either playing 3.5e with lots of hand-waving to eliminate complexity, or diving into 5e. I can spend some time swapping out encounters and such, though, as long as that's the primary task in converting to a different edition.
I'd also prefer modules that are more exploration-and-interaction based. I feel like that would work better for a solo player, and plays to her interests better than a dungeon crawling hack-and-slash (combat is fine, but only as a means to an end, not 85% of the adventure).
My desired setting is pretty fluid, too. She's new enough that establishing the setting as Forgotten Realms or Dragonlance would be irrelevant, as she lacks the meta-knowledge to make use of that detail.
Free adventures on someone's blog are just as admissible as a paid module from WOTC or found in an issue of Dragon Magazine.
As this is a "shopping question", please feel free to let me know if I need more narrow criteria to prevent this from being over-broad.