PERSONAL: Education: Baylor University, B.A.; Johns Hopkins University, M.A.
CAREER: Writer, editor, and novelist. Has worked as an editor for Random House and Broadway Books.
(With Anne Dayton) Emily Ever After, Broadway Books (New York, NY), 2005.
(With Anne Dayton) Consider Lily, Broadway Books (New York, NY), 2006.
SIDELIGHTS: For Sidelights, see DAYTON, Anne.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES
Booklist, May 1, 2005, Kristine Huntley, review of Emily Ever After, p. 1568.
Kirkus Reviews, April 15, 2005, review of Emily Ever After, p. 436; May 1, 2006, review of Consider Lily, p. 425.
Publishers Weekly, May 9, 2005, review of Emily Ever After, p. 47.
School Library Journal, November, 2005, Molly Connally, review of Emily Ever After, p. 181.
Today’s Christian Woman, July-August, 2005, review of Emily Ever After, p. 59.
Columbia News Service Web site, http://jscms.jrn.columbia.edu/cns/ (November 15, 2005), Jessica Heasley, “They Love Jesus (and Cute Boys Too!),” profile of Anne Dayton and May Vanderbilt.
Daystar eStore, http://www.daystarestore.com/ (November 25, 2006), brief biography of Anne Dayton.
GoodGirlLit.com/, http://www.goodgirllit.com/ (November 25, 2006), brief biography of Anne Dayton.*
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