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My Peculiar Family: Crowdfunding Campaign 


My Peculiar Family: Crowdfunding Campaign

Blog by Rob Watts. Follow @RobWattsOnline

So I’d like to tell you about a new anthology project that’s in the works—I know, I know, another anthology, but hear me out and give it some consideration. 550 more words

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M.I.T. Museum


M.I.T. Museum located at 265 Massachusetts Avenue in Cambridge, MA. MITMuseum Website

Photos by Rob Watts. Visit me at my Website and Follow me @RobWattsOnline… 144 more words

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The Crooked Roads through Cedar Grove: F.A.Q.


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So it’s been a little over two months since my novel The Crooked Roads through Cedar Grove was released and reader response has been very favorable and encouraging. 983 more words

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The Crooked Roads through Cedar Grove: F.A.Q.

So it’s been a little over two months since my novel The Crooked Roads through Cedar Grove was released and reader response has been very favorable and encouraging. 988 more words

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Marilyn Manson: Live in Boston


Marilyn Manson: Live at Blue Hills Bank Pavillion. Boston 7-28-2015

Review and Photos by Rob Watts. Follow Rob @RobWattsOnline

Just over twenty years into his illustrious and controversial career, legions of dedicated and adoring fans stood loud and proud as Manson and his band took to the darkened and ominous stage. 203 more words

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Rob Watts Signs His Latest Novel in Danvers, MA

Rob Watts appeared at the 2015 New England Author Expo in Danvers, Massachusetts on July 29th. Couldn’t make it out that night? The latest novel The Crooked Roads through Cedar Grove can be purchased directly, signed by the author and delivered to you in a matter of a few days. 35 more words

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Smashing Pumpkins: Live in Boston 7-28-2015

Smashing Pumpkins at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion July 28, 2015

Review by Rob Watts. Follow Rob @RobWattsOnline

First there was the acoustic pre-show, where Pumpkins founder and frontman Billy Corgan laid down three beautiful renditions of Purr Snickerty, Perfect and Dorian (the latter two accompanied by guitarist Jeff Schroeder.) Followed by a Q and A between Corgan and the 17 of us in front of him. 394 more words

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