About Charity


Charity Bishop is funny, quirky, analytical, a little sentimental, and occasionally forgetful, with an offbeat sense of humor, a tendency to like sci-fi, and a storehouse of knowledge about “useless trivia.” She gets fixated on learning things, and obsesses over them until she knows everything there is to know about them, then looks for something new to learn. She gets bored with “same-ness,” but is good at impartiality and seeing both sides in an argument. In fact, she’s likely to argue both sides for the sheer fun of it.

She grew up in the church and was saved at a young age, but re-evaluated and re-dedicated her life to Christ three years ago. Since then, God has encouraged her to trust Him with her life and future – which sometimes is an uphill battle for a stubborn girl. As she struggles with understanding His ways along with her characters, He gently reveals the answers. He’s her co-author, both in the stories she tells and in her very own story.

Her day job is a magazine editor, and her hobbies (other than writing books) include over-analyzing everything she comes into contact with, vigorously defending various incarnations of Sherlock Holmes against perceived injustices, irritating her friends with theological musings, and MBTI typing fictional characters.

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  1. Hey! I have been stalking you on tumblr as the best mbti typer – I finally even created an account so I could heart your stuff 🙂 but I’m super clueless about tumblr 😛 Do you also have a Pinterest account?

    Anyway, it’s really cool to find you also have this blog. I’m looking forward to reading your posts.

    1. That’s very kind of you, to heart my stuff. (Tumblr is … a little bit of a learning curve; the best place to start is on your dash.)

      No, I don’t have a Pinterest account. I used to, but it proved too difficult to remember to pin everything. 😉

  2. Hello. Uh, I don’t know where else to put this, but I was wondering if the disqus section on your MBTI tumblr is still enabled. I don’t have a tumblr, so that is where I go for funkymbti post discussion. But now I can’t seem to find the disqus section. If you could let me know how to access it again (if possible), I’d appreciate it. Thanks!

      1. Those happened? That’s too bad. I wanted to comment on the Dory post–she’s an example of how SJ doesn’t always equal superb memory. And yeah, I think the Fe-Ne combo makes for a ‘flowy’ personality. The ENFP mistyping for ESFJ is similar to the ESFP mistyping for ENFJ.

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