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There were a lot of theories circulating when the Harry Potter books were still being published, among which was the idea that Severus Snape was a vampire. J.K. Rowling addressed the subject of vampires in the latest essay to be released at Pottermore today, and she puts to bed any speculation that Snape was -- or was ever going to be -- a vampire.
J.K. Rowling recently admitted that she feels particularly guilty for killing off one of the characters in her beloved Harry Potter series. If you were thinking it might be Sirius Black, or one of the other notable characters who died in the series, you guessed wrong.
Ok, Harry Potter fans, Hogwarts is most certainly back in session at Pottermore Take a look at today's rhyming riddle, and see if you know the answer...
Another day, another Harry Potter treat for fans! Those who want to unlock J.K. Rowling’s new writings have to solve the Weasley riddle ahead…
Harry Potter fans were promised festive surprises in the days leading up to Christmas, and today, the first treat arrived. Check it out and see if you know who the riddle is referencing. (Hint: It's not Riddle.)
Holiday season is upon us. And Harry Potter fans must have been very good this year, because JK Rowling just announced that she will be providing the best gift anyone could ask for, more Harry Potter material.
Halloween offered six excellent treats for Harry Potter fans in the form of new writings included in the newly added Order of the Phoenix segment to JK Rowling's official Harry Potter website, Pottermore.com.
October 31 has arrived and, as promised, Pottermore delivered the goods and then some! J.K. Rowling's official Harry Potter site added Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, which offers six new writings, penned by Rowling herself.
Harry Potter fans are counting down to Friday when "all will be revealed" at Pottermore, J.K. Rowling's official Harry Potter site. The Pottermore Facebook page has been giving us fun little trick and treats. Yesterday's trick (or treat?) pointed to the subject of a new writing to Pottermore. But looking at all of the clues together, we're inclined to think that all of the trick and treats may be hinting at this new story.
As Halloween approaches, the Pottermore website and Facebook page continues to tease us with tricks and treats leading up to October 31, when "all will be revealed." Today's treat came in the form of a crossword puzzle, which, when solved correctly, would reveal a scrambled word that would tell us the subject of a new writing that Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling is set to share.
J.K. Rowling is set to deliver fans a bit more Harry Potter. This Halloween, fans will get to know one of the Harry Potter series' most wickedest witches, Dolores Jane Umbridge. Rowling is reportedly set to write a story about the temporary professor and Ministry of Magic Senior Undersecretary, which will be released October 31.
J.K. Rowling's Twitter has been pretty quiet since earlier this month when she had Harry Potter fans buzzing about her tricky anagram, which offered a clue about the Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them feature adaptation.
There's more than one way to participate in a fandom, as fanatics the world over likely know. Some participate in cosplay, others write fan fiction. And some people collect, as is the case for this Mexican Harry Potter fan, who's accumulated so much Harry Potter paraphernalia, he's made the Guinness World Records.
In the world of Harry Potter, a witch or wizard's Patronus is a very personal and powerful thing. Conjured by a mixture of magic and a person's happiest memory, the energy force takes the form of an animal, which can be guided to ward off Dementors and Lethifolds. Harry's Patronus is a stag, while Ron Weasley's is a Jack Russell terrier.
Facebook users have apparently been participating in a trending status update that asks readers to list the ten books that have stayed with them. Facebook compiled the data submitted and came up with 100 books that top the list. Holding the #1 spot is J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series. That's followed by To Kill A Mockingbird, The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit.