About Charlotte Stuart

Charlotte StuartCharlotte earned her PhD by studying how values influence behavior. That interest in communication and relationships became a theme in her work life – first as an academic, later as an organization development consultant, and now as a mystery writer. It wasn’t particularly helpful during her time as a commercial salmon fisher in Alaska, but she enjoyed those years of physical labor and being away from everything except the ocean and the captivating Alaskan scenery and wildlife.

Her current passions include doing pro bono consulting for small nonprofits, writing mysteries and watching the sea life from her island cabin. She is also engaged with local writers and readers as VP of the Puget Sound chapter of Sisters in Crime.

SURVIVAL CAN BE DEADLY was published by Amphorae Publishing Group in September 2019. WHY ME? Chimeras, Conundrums and Dead Goldfish was published in January 2020 by Taylor and Seale.

Charlotte is also the author of DISASTROUS INTERVIEWS: THE COMIC, TRAGIC AND JUST PLAIN UGLY.

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Some of Charlotte’s favorite nonprofits include:

501 COMMONS

VASHON MAURY LAND TRUST

CARLSEN CELLO FOUNDATION

KITSAP IMMIGRANT ASSISTANCE CENTER

VASHON MAURY COMMUNITY FOOD BANK