Tim is a journalist, novelist and blogger (though he points out he only gets paid for one of those!) living in South-West London. He grew up in Bushey Heath and has been a Watford fan since 1970. Tim's spent most of the years since then going to games on his own - an experience which he wrote about in 'You'll never sit alone' in Volume 1 of Tales from the Vicarage, which he says "gave me the chance to explore the experience of being both alone and part of a wider community of fans". 

Tim has written three novels, including 'First Time I Met The Blues', about three teenagers growing up in Watford in the Sixties (and supporting the club) who form a blues band; you can find out more at www.timturnerbooks.co.uk. He also blogs intermittently about Watford at Albert McClenaghan's Throw-in (And Other Stories) - watfordthrowin.blogspot.co.uk.

We caught up with Tim ahead of what turned out to be a memorable night under the Vicarage Road lights at Watford vs Arsenal, you can watch his interview by clicking here.

You can buy Tales from the Vicarage here.