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” has a special place in each of our hearts – and it shows in our literature! Here are the seven best references to the Potterverse in the YA contemporary novel “Leah on the Offbeat” by Becky Albertalli.
Fandom is a truly amazing place. But is it amazing enough to outshine canon?
Here are five of our favorite Ginny pairings. Is your OTP on this list?
Grab an extra large mug of tea, wrap yourself up in the comfiest blanket you have, and get ready to spend the entire day on the couch, reading, because today is Fan Fiction Day. Read on for a quick rundown of fan fiction as a whole and then a very brief list of recommended Potterverse fan fiction.
Our series 13 Days of All Hallows’ Eve continues with “Troll In the Dungeon,” a story James and Al use to scare their little sister…
As the United States gears up for the filming of “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”, the well-hidden American wizarding school invited the “Daily Prophet” out to see which fantastic beasts are visiting their school.
Padma Patil wows crowd at DADA demonstration, Zacharias Smith attacked by wand-turned-woodpecker, Umbridge sings “Weasley Is Our King,” and more at Dumbledore’s Army Live!: Expo Patronum…
Many of you will be aware of Rainbow Rowell’s recent novel, “Fangirl”, which looks at a teenage girl who is a big deal in the fan fiction world but struggling to start a new life at college. The book speaks to many “Harry Potter” fans because of its parallels with the “Harry Potter” fandom. On Rainbow’s recent book promotional tour for “Landline”, her latest novel, she has spoken about her own experiences with writing “Harry Potter” fan fiction.