TalkCast 414 – It’s All About The Sauce




 

Rob Watts

Rob Watts

When you play “Three Of These Things Belong Together”, there is an obvious forth that doesn’t belong. So, if I were to list:  Horror Writer, Stainless Steel Design and Fabrication, Self Help Writer and Hot Sauce Inventor they would All apply to our guest and great friend of the show Rob Watts…except that you would have to add amazing musician, artist, chef, children’s author and composer of the Opening Theme to Sci Fi Saturday Night. The cool thing is we got to talk about almost everything on the list in this expanded episode.

Rob’s work as a writer of suspense thrillers is where we first got to know him

Charms

Charms

and his latest book of stories ‘Charms’ is one of his finest to date. Robs way with words and characters leads the reader down the primrose path to terror yet again without the need for gratuitous gore and violence. His stories are finely crafted pieces of emotional machinery that take you to many different places, all with the single intent of watching the bloody Jack In The Box rise up and scare the hell out of you.

Book Signing 101

Book Signing 101

After spending time also talking about The Stainless Steel Guys, his revised writing process and the state of Nobel Prize Winning Writers in Iceland we got the chance to talk about his book for writers ’Book Signing 101’. This book is specifically written for writers to help them as they venture out into the world of book signings and conventions. Written in a wonderfully relaxed narrative style, it helps anyone manage the pitfalls off all such public events.

Mr. Watts is a fun guy to interview, an amazing writer and a great friend of Sci Fi Saturday Night. Welcome, Rob, to The Five Timers Club. Mr. Simon will get you your jacket.

Enjoy the chaos

 

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WATTSauce

WATTSauce

 

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