Announcing the Contributors for the Towel Day Event 2015
Posts and Blog Entries
Answer:42 – Need an Answer? Check out the h2g2 Community at “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: Earth Edition“, Guide editors on Twitter, h2g2_Comms on Twitter and Facebook.
Special Entry “The First Towel Day” and Douglas Adams – “We have the first snowflake. Now let’s build a blizzard.” (offsite links)
Jane Dougherty – science fiction author of “The Dark Citadel (The Green Woman Book 1)” as a free download (check the Rabid Reader’s free e-book downloads post). She wrote and published the short story “A Grand Night Out” that deals with Vogons—no worries; it doesn’t contain any poetry. You can connect with her on Twitter and Facebook. (article: offsite link)
David Morrese – D.L. Morrese—author of humorous science fiction wrote and published The 25th of May celebrates the lives and works of two innovative and inspirational writers, Douglas Noel Adams and Sir Terry Pratchett in addition to the book review “Going Postal” by Terry Pratchett. He is also offering the first book of his new series as a free download on Smashwords. Visit his blog for more information or Rabid Reader’s Reviews free e-book downloads for Towel Day 2015. You can connect with David Morrese on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest. (articles: offsite link)
Liz Young – The Sperm Whale and Bowl of Petunias – is celebrating Towel Day on her Facebook page.
Tammy – Rabid Reader’s Reviews and Rabid Reader’s too reviewed the book “Philosophy and The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” by Nicholas Joll. (offsite link)
you can read the interview Hitchhiker’s Guide and Philosophy: An Interview about Adams, Kant and more with Nicholas Joll on this blog.
Tammy also took the time and effort to post to review the movie of Terry Pratchett’s “Going Postal.” Looking for a new author to read—check out Tammy’s free e-book downloads for Towel Day 2015 including books from the New York Times best-selling author Ruth Harris, Jane Dougherty, Gary Henry, Michael K. Rose, Marc Horn and D.L. Morrese. (articles: offsite link)
On the Internet: Try out the The Ultimate Spaceship Face-off. It is a search for the fastest ship in science fiction; you set the course and destination. (offsite link)
The Heart of Gold Found on the Internet—Paper craft—pattern—free download
SS Heart of Gold Papercraft (The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy)
The spherical / eye-shaped S.S. Heart of Gold space ship from the 2005 film, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Universe. (offsite link)
Entered photos and artwork are/will be published on this blog –> Photos & Artwork
Gobbledegook42 – entered the number 42. You can follow him on Twitter.
Tammy – entered a towel and guide. You can follow her Rabid Reader’s Reviews site for book reviews and more.
Siobhán – entered a photo of the 42 utility towel, all Douglas Adams books and Dr. Who DVD.
Mats–Ola Ekberg – Sweden entered the Sperm Whale and Bowl of Petunias.
Margreet Nannenberg – Entered the number 42 • Follow her blog on Facebook.
A thank you to all those that had and took the time to contribute to this event.
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