Celebrate the next chapter of this decade with a “Harry Potter” re-read. Here’s a guide to enjoying more reading time and avoiding all those things that society (and your mother) says you should be doing.
It’s time to go back to Hogwarts. Please join us on this rereading adventure.
I have begun to realize that there are a number of conditions and circumstances that push me into these repetitions of my favorite book series. Here are some of the reasons why my copies of the “Harry Potter” books are looking worn and well loved.
On December 13, 2007, J.K. Rowling unleashed “The Tales of Beedle the Bard” onto the real world, publishing the very stories that she had tantalizingly mentioned in “Deathly Hallows”. To celebrate the “Tales”‘s eighth anniversary, I, a lover of fairy and folk tales, have reread the thin anthology of stories and accordingly, documented my reaction for your reading pleasure.
Wondering what to do with your free time in the next few months? Join us on a “Harry Potter” re-read! You know you want to!
Want to read “Potter” with your eyes closed? Read on to find out how.
MuggleNet’s global book club, “Alohomora!”, jumps out of bed and into Harry’s dreams on this week’s episode. Join hosts Kat, Michael, and Eric, along with special guest Lindsay Cummings – author of “The Murder Complex” and “The Balance Keepers” – as they “inspect” Chapter 21 of “Order of the Phoenix”, “The Eye of the Snake.”