Rob Watts is an award-winning writer of Suspenseful Thrillers.
After freelancing for many years as a music reviewer, Watts released Huldufolk (2011), a suspenseful tale inspired by his time spent in Iceland, learning the language and studying folklore. The limited edition novella had included an accompanying CD soundtrack of music composed by the author as the fictitious band, The Traffic Lights. His novel, The Crooked Roads through Cedar Grove, was released in 2015 as a special edition hardcover, w/ a CD & vinyl soundtrack. It was re-released in paperback in 2017. His 2016 Dark Romance/Thriller, Americana, was released in a limited print edition with a playable vinyl record book cover featuring the song "Americana Theme." Americana received an award from the 60th Annual New England Book Show in recognition of excellence in graphic arts. In September of 2017, his first collection of short fiction, Charms, was released.
In addition to thriller writing, he co-authored Snowpocalypse, a children's picture book with illustrator and co-author Susan Saunders.Together they formed Waunders Children's Books. 2016 saw the launch of his hot sauce line called WATTSauce
Watts composed the theme music for Sci-Fi Saturday Night: 2012-present
He earned two college degrees in the 1990s---Culinary Arts and Hotel & Restaurant Management, and set out for a career in the food service industry which extended well-over a decade. He's currently the owner of the high-end stainless steel design & fabrication company, The Stainless Guys. Their work has been seen and praised in various publications such as New England Home Magazine and Design New England. They've also appeared on Bob Vila's Home Again television show and on HGTVs Spontaneous Construction.
Some of his interests include traveling, skiing, cooking, reading, music, architecture, Scandinavian design, Icelandic folklore and of course Boston's local culture and professional sports teams. He currently resides in Boston and frequents Cape Cod and Mountain Lakes, New Jersey.
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