Charron Andrus is an author, gerontologist, technologist, and inspirational speaker. Her writing spans genres, from poetry to career and personal development.
Charron began writing as a child and in 2010 launched the blog, The Candy Shoppe. After running the blog and writing for several other online sites she published her first chapbook in 2013, Words That Occur in the Absence of Love.
She has worked in corporate Healthcare Information Technology for over 20 years and is passionate about advocating for spaces that allow people to show up as their whole selves.
Charron received her B.S. in Organizational Leadership from Biola University and her M.A. in Gerontology from the University of Southern California.
Words That Occur in the Absence of Love
November 10, 2013
Poetry is all about love. But what happens when love is absent? In her first poetry chapbook, Charron Andrus, gives the love torn a volume of thirteen pieces that move the reader from the newly heartbroken “Living Without” to the heart break survivor “Broken”. Words That Occur in the Absence of Love is a terrific exploration into heartbreak and its aftermath.
"Every story I write adds to me a little, changes me a little, forces me to reexamine an attitude or belief, causes me to research and learn, helps me to understand people and grow."