-- Stephen King, On Writing, p 127.
Interestingly, J. K. Rowling is well known for adverbial dialogue attributions and has been criticized for it. But that didn't keep King from including the first three Harry Potter novels on his list of 'best books I've read over the last three or four years" [1996-2000].
I don't think dialogue attribution is always the nasty varmint it's made out to be. The only ones that really care about them, because they have to, are editors, contest judges, and teachers.
To be clear, however, I've never seen anything like these in Rowling's writing:
"Give it up, Boswell," he spat menacingly.
"Don't leave me," she begged grovelingly.
"I see the light!" he erupted joyously.
(2) "Don't leave me," she pleaded, tears emerging.
(3) "I see the light!" he bellowed.