About Lady Lupin:Lady Lupin is a founding member of the WCAWRTMHP Society (Women of a Certain Age
Who Read Too Much Harry Potter). She has come to the conclusion that it may be
time to start a 12-step program for people like herself. When she is not engaged
in MuggleNet articles and HP re-reads, she works in Corporate America by day (for
money) and the Shakespearean theater by night (for love, most of the time, with some
occasional money). She has been a singer, actor and director for most of her
adult life. She has also worked every job known to humankind at some point or
another to make ends meet or, as they say, at least wave at each other. She lives
in the New York area and loves all manner of good books, good food, good music,
good theater and especially good people. She is wild for foreign travel, and
spends as much time as humanly possible exploring exciting destinations far from
her familiar surroundings and society. Favorite places so far include: Egypt, Italy,
London, Turkey, Thailand and Rhodes. Not seen but longed for are these: Ireland, Scotland, France, Scandinavia,
Australia and New Zealand. Due largely to the inspiration called JK Rowling, Lady
Lupin has recently begun her first novel.
If you'd like to contact Lady Lupin, you may do so at accio_septem at yahoo dot com.
July 2000 - Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is released in the United States and the United Kingdom simultaneously (July 8th). It was the first Potter book to be released in the US and UK on the same day.
So many fans visit King's Cross station to take pictures of platforms 9 and 10 that the station management erected a sign that says 'Platform 9 3/4 which, in the Potter books, is invisible to Muggles but acts as a gateway for witches and wizards.