Anna-Louise Dann lives in the North West of England on The Wirral, which is a stone throw away across The Mersey from The city of Liverpool.
Anna-Louise was raised by her grandparents, she is a happily married mother and step-mother to three beautiful children.
She loves creating stories and spent a lot of time as a child writing short stories and poems. Her love for Fantasy tales came from her grandmother who used to read Enid Blyton 'The Magic Faraway Tree' to her at bedtimes.
As a teenager, she found Mills and Boon novels and always entertained the idea of writing her own novel.
As she grew her tastes in books matured and as well as academic reading she developed a love for Terri-Anne Browning and Bella Jewel's novels.
She pursued a Cultural Studies degree and left with a BA Hons in 2012. She has completed her Masters degree in The Beatles Popular Music an Society and graduated in January 2019.
During writing her dissertation in her first degree 'From Superstition to Legend: The Satirical Evolution of the Vampire' her intrigue with all things unusual flourished.
Her interests in spectral beings like Vampires, Werewolves and Witches became a focal point and she researched and delved into the folklore and origins of where these creatures had originally emerged.
She succumbed to the call of her creative passions and has written and released the first two books of The Vandran Legacy series; where she has combined her two favourite genres romance and fantasy.
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