Posted on Thursday 21 January 2010 by Harry Hill Fansite
Harry Hill Fansite is excited to be able to offer 2 signed copies of Tees Bally Fibber, the new book from the archives of the spoof new website. Wilkinson Press, the publishers, have said about the book:
The Tees Bally Fibber is one of the internet’s hottest properties and now you can hold it in your hand like a little bird! Millions of top quality, high end gags that promise to offend absolutely no one at all. It’s choc full of stories about weird, eccentric, often surreal people and events that just happen to occur on Teesside because that’s where the author hails from. A comedy writer of 20 years, Dean Wilkinson was Ant & Dec’s writer for 7 years and penned the multi award winning SMTV Live and Chums for the duo. He is also the creator and writer of CBBC’s Stupid as well as penning Stephen Fry’s narration for the console game LittleBigPlanet. But more interstingly for fans of this site he co-wrote Harry Hill’s Shark Infested Custard with our Harry. Indeed, Harry has provided a fitting foreword for the book!
To win one of 2 copies signed by Dean Wilkinson, the author of the book, all you need to do is tell your friends to join Harry Hill Fansite on Twitter (mention @harryhillfans) or Facebook (post on our wall with the link), or just comment below or email. (see above – send over your own spoof headline. Send it over via the comments below, Twitter, Facebook or email). Please note that whilst the comedy is universal, the book is aimed at adults.
*Deadline Extended for Entries Until End of January – Get In Contact Now!*
Terms and Conditions: Only one entry per person and entrants must be 16 years old or over. The winners will be picked at random and the decision of the judges is final. The last date entries will be accepted is the 31/01/2010 – the winners will be informed by email shortly after this date. The winners’ names will be displayed on this website, on Twitter, Facebook and News Alerts. However, all other details kept private.
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