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The story is told 1 tweet per day

We hope Stephen Fry's involvement will encourage other celebrities to get in touch and pledge to write just one Tweet for us.

February on The 3hundredand65 Project was packed with surprises including an App for iPhone and the involvement of Stephen Fry as a contributor.

The 3hundredand65 Project is creating a graphic novel one tweet per day with the help of 365 volunteer writers, a number which now includes Stephen Fry who is scheduled to Tweet on May 23rd.

The project, created by Dave Kirkwood who provides one illustration per day to the story, is raising money for The Teenage Cancer Trust.

"We are so pleased that Stephen Fry has put his creative talent and influence behind The 3hundredand65 Project. We hope Stephen Fry's involvement will encourage other celebrities to get in touch and pledge to write just one Tweet for us." says Dave Kirkwood.

To help readers enjoy the daily events on The 3hundredand65 Project, a new App has also been released and is available now for iPhone. The App is updated daily and enables readers to keep up to date with the story, view the latest illustration, learn more about the writers involved in the Project and, all-importantly, donate to The Teenage Cancer Trust.

"The story changes and grows each day," says Dom Conlon, "we wanted the App to be a way for readers to enjoy that change as it happens and in a beautifully fluid and engaging manner."

The App is available now free through the App Store and Stephen Fry will be tweeting on May 23rd.

Link to website - http://www.3hundredand65.co.uk
Link to App - http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/3hundredand65/id498212031?mt=...

About the 3hundredand65 project:

Dave Kirkwood is a designer based in Manchester, England. He is leading the 3hundredand65 story project with the help of a few volunteers who have created websites, written copy and promoted this across Twitter and Facebook.

For more information about The 3hundredand65 Project, including how to get involved, please contact Dom Conlon on 07786 118 172 or email dom@head-first.co.uk

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