Charlotte Gerber is an American writer. She began her writing career penning content articles on the Internet. Her articles have appeared on LoveToKnow.com and the New York Times/About.com Disability site, as well as numerous other outlets.
Murder in Middleton was her first novel, which was written in 2003 and published in 2012. It is an old-fashioned murder mystery. The book’s main character, Shannon O’Reilly, is a teenager with psychic abilities; she is able to see her ancestor’s ghosts. The ghosts want Shannon to discover the identity of their true murderer. Unfortunately, some people in her small town want to keep the story dead and buried, along with her ancestors.
I Dream of Zombies was her second novel, which was published in October of 2013. The main character in the book is Rose Lee, and the secondary character is her antique Cadillac, which is named Beulah. Rose is a zombie counselor who seeks to assist zombies in post-apocalypse Hornellsville, New York.
Cat-Themed Philosophy Book
A Cat Taught Me That was released in October, 2014. It features Awesome Louie, a ginger tabby cat, and his friends. “This book combines philosophy, humor and great photos & illustrations – Charlotte has a sweet, easy, clear way of writing that is so enjoyable. This goes on my Christmas and birthday list as a gift for cat lovers for sure. Highly recommended!” – Chef Tummy
In June 2016 Charlotte wrote a second book for the Hornell Area Humane Society – The Good Woof: Easy Dog Treat Recipes You can Make at Home.
A portion of the proceeds from the sales of these books will be given to the Hornell Area Humane Society, a no-kill shelter in upstate New York.
Charlotte lives in the United States with her husband and teenage children. She is a disability advocate, military supporter, and a supporter of her local animal rescue missions and no-kill shelters.