I live with my lovely wife (Katie) and spirited son (Felix) in Morden, Surrey; working full-time as a communications manager for Peninsula Petroleum. I have played sport, particularly hockey and tennis all my life. Cystic Fibrosis has been a huge factor in my life, but not one that overshadows it.
I have always had great support from my loving family – parents Margaret and Douglas, elder brother Chris and my twin brother Jez. I have many rich life insights based on knowing I have a reduced life expectancy and battling against the odds for over 49 years. My eyes and heart have been opened by my health struggle.
My passions include sartorial elegance (believing that it’s empowering to dress like it’s your last day on earth), Alfa Romeo cars, spicy food, Harlequins and England rugby, Southampton FC, Wimledon village and common, Dorset, seascapes, sunsets and military history.
I am available for public (inspirational) speaking on this subject matter and can be contacted via timwottonAThotmailDOTcom.
MY BOOK IS PUBLISHED
I have written a book ‘How have I cheated death?’ based on my euphoric 40th countdown year which was published in May 2014 and available via e-book and paperback at Amazon.com and Amazon.UK and to order from UK bookstores.
Go to the relevant sites below or in the UK go to a WH SMITH, Waterstones or Foyles bookstore and give them my name, book title and this ISBN number (9781849637190). It’s also available via GARDNER’S, BERTRAM’S, AUSTINMACAULEY.COM, BLACKWELL’S, PLAY.COM, AMAZON.CO.UK AND AMAZON.COM