While rewatching the “Harry Potter” movies during my self-quarantine, I rediscovered the magic of just sitting and experiencing the magic. Have any of you had an experience like that?
Author: Rachael D.
It’s April, which means that it’s finally time for Camp NaNoWriMo. A whole month to create your own word count goals and get writing. Are you planning on participating?
“Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” has always been my favorite book in the series. On my latest reread, I had several unanswered questions about a few events in the book.
March is National Craft Month. This is a great time to sit down, relax, and take some time for yourself while being creative. Let’s celebrate by making some fun “Harry Potter” DIYs.
Looking for new shows to watch can be exhausting. Why not try recommendations based on your Hogwarts House? Slytherins, this one is for you.
Do you have too many unread books? Do you struggle to find room for new books on your shelves? Have you bought another bookshelf because of this? The 2020 Book Challenge may be just what you’re looking for.
Our special projects involve some of MuggleNet’s most festive activities and entertaining interactions with our community of readers across the world – whether it’s our grueling OWL examinations or our annual holiday Advent calendar.
Have you ever suffered from writer’s block? Here are a few magical tips to help inspire you to write.
It’s almost July, which means that it’s almost time for Camp NaNoWriMo. Are you ready to start writing? Here’s some advice from some of our favorite “Harry Potter” characters.