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Happy Birthday J.K Rowling

Author J.K. Rowling reads from Harry Potter an...

Author J.K. Rowling reads from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone at the Easter Egg Roll at White House. Screenshot taken from official White House video. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Ah, it’s the 31st July, do you know what that means?

It’s one year since the first Magical Quill challenge of Pottermore.

Harry Potter’s 32nd birthday.

But most importantly it is J.K Rowling’s 47th birthday. Today most people think of Harry, he’s pretty much synonymous with this date, but without J.K Rowling he would not exist. So it’s important to remember her too. Continue reading


Yesterday was Totally Awesome!

Yesterday was my birthday.

I bet you can’t guess where I went.

Ok, that’s a lie. You probably know exactly where.

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Second Red Carpet in Less Than a Year.

Soooooooooooooooooooooo, I went back to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour for its grand opening. Twas just as good the second time round but I must admit that the day was more about the Red Carpet later that day.

This time everything had been constructed. The first time round Privet Drive, Tom Riddle’s Grave and Godric’s Hollow weren’t quite finished but in just over a week they had all been entirely transformed. Buckbeak was also moving this time, if you get your timing right he bows down to you. Continue reading


March is an Exciting Month

I have a weird urge to just write a blog, you know when you just get that urge to write when you have nothing to write about. So I’ve given in and I’m going to ramble, unfortunately for you.

Guess what I’m excited for, like stupidly excited. Well, there’s a couple of things actually but at the moment I mean The Hunger Games coming to the big screen. Everybody I talk to about it are really excited too. The only other films I have looked forward to this much were the Harry Potter ones. Although I’m nervous too, there’s every chance they might screw it up like Eragon was screwed up, now that’s a travesty of a book to screen adaptation if ever I saw one. Continue reading