Chas Watkins

Biography

CHAS WATKINS was born and raised in England and is a naturalized Australian. His children are all American, which he finds very confusing. He moved to Roatan nine years ago. He has an unused degree in electronics from Hull University in England and has somehow managed to work for many fine and good companies without being fired.
After the raging madness of the dotcom world in California, he moved to Roatan to settle with his family. Chas currently pretends to work as a Realtor and Radio DJ. He reads an awful lot, watches the sunrise and sunset every day and consumes way too much coffee. He runs on the beach in the mornings, practices handstands, and lives happily on Roatan with his cat Gary and the children who have not yet deserted him. Even on his best day he is nothing like his character Paul, but strives to be so.
Occasionally he "likes to dance as if no one is watching" which is ironic as his dancing makes people stare. If you are really unlucky, you may meet him, and whatever you do, don't offer him a drink as he is a very rude and uninteresting person.

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Books

Sosteniendo El Sol
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 54,450. Language: Spanish. Published: October 20, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Inspirational, Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Motivation and inspiration
El libro traza las experiencias de un joven y desilusionado periodista que es incitado a crear una serie de artículos acerca del un filósofo no convencional y orador motivacional. A través de una serie de entrevistas, el reportero tiene la oportunidad de conocer las filosofías más profundas de Paul. Aprende sobre la forma alternativa de vida que lleva este hombre practica el arte de la felicidad.
To Hold The Sun
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 54,350. Language: English. Published: October 19, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Inspirational, Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Motivation and inspiration
A disillusioned reporter is enticed to do a series of articles about Paul, an unconventional philosopher and motivational speaker. Through a series of interviews, on the pristine Caribbean island of Roatan, the reporter gets to know Paul's innermost philosophies. He learns an alternate way of living from a man who strives to perfect handstands on a dock and practices the art of happiness.

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