Dr Annabelle R Charbit grew up
in London, UK,
and has been writing since 2006, when her comedy play, Sound Advice, was performed by CP Theatre Productions in London. In 2007, she was published in The London Paper and in the British Neuroscience Association’s Summer
Bulletin. In 2010 she wrote for TheFrisky.com, an online magazine
who commissioned her after noticing her humorous blog, Crazy in a Crazy World.
Dr Charbit holds a PhD in
Neuroscience from University College London and has been researching migraine
headache at UCSF in San Francisco,
about which she has published in scientific journals. The inspiration behind A Life Lived Ridiculouslystemmed from Dr Charbit’s research
work as a neuroscientist, which motivated her to write a story from the point
of view of people suffering from distorted thinking. A Life Lived Ridiculously
is Dr. Charbit's first novel.