Charlotte Eriksson

For fans of:Derek Sivers, Jack Kerouac, Cheryl Strayed, Steven Pressfield, Donald Miller
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Charlotte Eriksson is the author of 4 books, most recently a book of prose & poetry called w, published 2018 on Broken Glass Records. The book sold over 20,000 copies worldwide and quotes from the book have been shared widely on the internet.
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At 18 years old she took off to London on her own to embark on the long journey of creating a life for herself. A life she could be proud of. A life that made her excited to wake up every morning. With nothing but a guitar, her stories and a dream, she spent a year wandering in England, sleeping at train stations, airports and helpful fans’ couches. Singing for whoever was willing to listen and collecting stories that she would later share in her first book Empty Roads & Broken Bottles; in search for The Great Perhaps. Finding her fanbase through soulful connections by sharing her journey online, she started to build an exploding online fanbase of dedicated supporters.Forward a few years and she has started her own artist collective Broken Glass Records, released 7 EPs and

3 critically acclaimed full-length albums, had her single ”I Will Lead You Home” reaching #2 on the Swedish iTunes-chart, been played on major radio such as BBC6 (UK), Sveriges Radio (Sweden) and 3FM (Netherlands) and toured all over Europe. She's published 3 books, telling the story of her wandering ways, life as an artists and travel essays on love and loss. Her books have been widely praised both by her music fanbase and by a new literary crowd of writers and readers.

Charlotte has become a prolific songwriter and producer, as well as a sought after freelance writer. Quotes from her books have been shared on large platforms such as Berlin ArtParasites and Word Porn, and she's had writings published on sites such as Thought Catalog, Bella Grace Magazine and To Write Love On Her Arm. She’s taken on the challenge of writing comforting words on mental illness, depression, wanting more, growing up, heartbreak, chasing a dream and losing people. Her most famous writing You’re Doing Just Fine became the lead poem for her 3rd book with the same name.

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