The paperback edition of The Tripping Horse will soon be released. This is on the back of encouraging early reviews and sales for the Kindle editon.
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News on the paperback release date soon.
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Simon Wells has written on film and music for numerous magazines and newspapers including the Guardian; The Times and The Independent. He is a regular contributor to Record Collector, Hotdog, TV
Zone, Watch, Total Film, and the Beatles' Book; the group's official magazine. In addition to his writing credits, Simon has researched numerous projects for the likes of the BBC, Channel Four
and Virgin, as well as broadcasting live on LBC, ITN and BBC on film and music.
In 2001, Simon co-wrote "Your Face Here- British Cult Movies Since the 1960' which was published by Fourth Estate/Harper-Collins. The book was a critical success, entering the BBC's "Top Ten Film Books of the Year" list. During the summer of 2003, Simon was asked to curate a month-long season of classic 1960's cult movies at the National Film Theatre in London. Simon is the author of the hugely successful "The Beatles: 365 Days" published by Abrams/Time Warner, which to date has sold over 100,000 copies worldwide. Simon has also written "The Beatles in Japan," published by Tascam in June 2006, and "The Rolling Stones: 365 Days" published in November 2006. In July 2007, Simon wrote the screenplay for the documentary "Don't Knock Yourself Out", a visual history of "The Prisoner" television series. 2009 saw the release of "Coming Down Fast", an exhaustive account of the Charles Manson "Family" saga-published by Hodder & Stoughton. Simon's new book is "Butterfly On A Wheel" an account of the arrest and trial of Keith Richards and Mick Jagger in 1967.
Simon is also a musician and has his first album out on 208 records entitled, "Sometimes In The Morning".