New Guest Confirmed: Ann Dayleview

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Ann Dayleview

The Writescast Network is pleased to announce that author Ann Dayleview will be joining the r. r. campbell writescast as a Writescast Network guest!

Ann Dayleview has been scribbling stories since she was a kid. Her first book, The Bug Who Looked Kinda Like A Dinosaur, received rave reviews from her pre-school class. It was described as “interesting” by her teacher, and “very very special” by her mom.

Despite the success of her first book, Ann turned her attention away from the literary world to focus on some of her other passions. From high school to her first year out of college, she ran a successful cupcake business that covered her living expenses while earning her degrees in Journalism and Spanish at Howard University.

She eventually leveraged those skills to pursue a career in the fast-paced world of digital marketing. Ann has worked with several Fortune 500 companies to grow and optimize their digital strategies, while still taking the time to consult with small business owners on the side.

Even though she loved marketing, the literary world still called to her, and the stories in her head demanded to be written. A fan of fantasy authors such as Robin MicKinley, Tanith Lee, and Tamora Pierce, Ann decided to try and follow in their metaphorical footsteps.

Ann’s episode about online awareness generation and book marketing will debut on January 4th, 2019.

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