How can someone with Asperger’s syndrome communicate in a marriage? Find out more about Daniel Radcliffe’s reading of “Somewhere Inside, a Path to Empathy,” a moving essay by David Finch about living with Asperger’s syndrome and working with his wife to overcome it.
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This week, the Time-Turner takes us all the way back to the beginning years of MuggleNet: 1999–2001. Read all about how Emerson Spartz founded MuggleNet, the first midnight release parties, and Rowling’s thoughts on the movie adaptation of “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”.
“The New York Times” recently published an article describing the “Harry Potter” novels as politically childish. The reality is that the novels contain a lot of worthwhile lessons that should not be downplayed.
Ever wanted to know how Daniel Radcliffe plays dead? Plus, could fans see him playing another villain? We’ve learned that (and more) from some of his recent interviews!
My friend Brandon knows me very well. This past Sunday, he posted a “New York Times” editorial to my Facebook wall. It was entitled “Child-Proofing Harry Potter” and was written by Lynn Messina, a mom and novelist.
The title raised red flags for me immediately. Then I read the editorial itself and found that not only were the red flags completely justified, they were accompanied by some sirens and flashing red lights as well.
After receiving an early copy of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” from an unnamed bookstore, The New York Times has posted a review of the book which also contains a few plot details.