(23 – 30) Leafy Berkshire / Central London – extensive work on the Beatles Project and the KISS Movie (which has, unfortunately been delayed until March 2015).
(20) Central London – A hive of activity, with two highly important and rather exciting meetings, one involving ITV, the other, the movie version of Keith’s Marilyn.
(19) America – A very nice surprise, Keith’s Marilyn climbed back up to the #9 position in the “Biographies & Memoirs > People, A-Z > ( M ) > Monroe, Marilyn” section of Amazon.com.
(16 / 17) – Leafy Berkshire – With the deadline looming, Keith spent two further days working on the rather exciting new Beatles project.
(14) The World – The latest edition of Record Collector landed on the door-mat of subscribers around the world. It featured Keith’s piece on Robert Plant’s 1988 appearance on the Channel 4 series, Wired.
(12) South London – Another business meeting; this time with his old mate, Tel. (“Keith’s long-mooted, World Cup idea is edging nearer to fruition, I’m pleased to say.”)
(9 & 10) Leafy Berkshire – Work on the new Beatles project rumbles on.
(7) Leafy Berkshire – The home of John Barratt for another spectacular feast and a rousing night of top conversation! (“What can I say, mate,” Keith said, “but you’re a star. Thanks!”)
(6) Central London – The ground-breaking ITV idea moved along steadily, Today, Keith, along with the KISS-movie director, the famous Alan G. Parker attended a second meeting with Chris at ITN.
(1) – America – Goodreads – Marilyn Monroe; Thanks to Kayla Wood for this superb review… “Keith Badman pulls together Marilyn's last few years in this wonderfully written book,” Kayla Wood wrote. “With a tragic end to Marilyn's life, Badman takes us through every scandal or possible scenario in her life. Did Marilyn and JFK really have an affair? Was she murdered, or was it suicide? Read this book to find out everything you want to know about Marilyn. Badman does a great job of pulling resources as well as doing his own research to make Marilyn's life more accurate. I recommend this book to anyone who wants to read a biography, because Marilyn was such a fascinating person, and Badman brings her back to life in this book.” (Thank you, Kayla!)