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. 2011 saw the publication by Omnibus Press of “Butterfly On A Wheel” the story of the infamous trial of Keith Richards and Mick Jagger in 1967. 2012 saw Simon writing an authorised photo-biography on The Rolling Stones (due for publication in 2014) with Taschen. Simon’s first novel, “The Tripping Horse” was published in 2013 through Wholepoint Publications.