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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.
You can start a new series or novel, but even though they provide you with excitement and new characters to fangirl about, they don’t give you the feeling of coming back home (at least most don’t). What do you do then? How do you deal with this need for more potterness?