About

Welcome to my blog!

I write arts (books, music, film and TV) features and reviews, as well as the odd comment or lifestyle piece here.

I’m a content editor with Get Surrey and Get West London, working in Guildford, Surrey and living in Chiswick, west London.

I studied music at the University of York before training in journalism at Kingston University.

Likes: playing piano/clarinet/saxophone, attempting creative writing, London, cats.

See my Facebook page here and find me on Twitter here.

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7 thoughts on “About

  1. Michael Cargill September 16, 2013 / 12:02 PM

    Hello, dearest Charlotte. I was taking a gander through the various topics on the WordPress page and came upon your jolly space here on the Internet.

    I’m an author and I published my latest book last week and I was wondering if you would be interested in reviewing it. It’s set in the Warsaw Ghetto during WWII and I can either provide you with the ebook files if you have an ereader, or I can send you a paperback copy. Digital has the advantage of being faster and cheaper, but I’m willing to brave the lottery that is the weather and Royal Mail if you are.

    I had a look at your Facebook page and that is a lovely flower in your hair. Did you grow it yourself? (the flower that is, not your hair)

    • charlottetobitt September 16, 2013 / 12:39 PM

      Hi Michael, nice to hear from you!
      I’d definitely be happy to review your book for you. I have a Kindle so ebook files are fine; my email address is on my Facebook page if you need it. (Thanks- unfortunately the flower is no longer around!)

      • Michael Cargill September 16, 2013 / 12:53 PM

        Hurrah! I’ve just emailed you.

        If I see your name popping up on Candy Crush Saga, I’ll be sure to send you an extra life or two.

  2. Michael Cargill January 25, 2015 / 6:54 PM

    Hello again, Charlotte.

    I’m still an author and I published my latest book yesterday, and I was wondering if you would be interested in reviewing it. It’s set during WWII (again) but this time it’s about a small group of British soldiers in France. It includes different perspectives on the war and also touches on the less well-known roles that women had during the conflict.

    Assuming you’ve still got your Kindle, I can whisk the file over to you again by email.

    That pondering moose looks fabulous in his red scarf by the way.

    • charlottetobitt February 6, 2015 / 10:21 PM

      Hi! I’ve got a lot to read at the moment but could do it in a month or two if you don’t mind it waiting.

      The moose sends his thanks!

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