J.K. Rowling has marked the 22nd anniversary of the Battle of Hogwarts by making donations to two British charities.
Much like the rest of us, J.K. Rowling has turned to social media to pass the time during lockdown. Over the past few weeks, she has shared her love for the translated editions of “Harry Potter” and why she just can’t be friends with the number four.
J.K. Rowling made her return to Twitter with tweets about Snape, Quidditch, tattoos, and life in quarantine.
On March 20, 2020, J.K. Rowling changed her Twitter header to an image taken from “The Faerie Queene”, an epic poem containing the phrase “troubled blood,” the title of the forthcoming “Comoran Strike” novel. What relevance, beyond inspiring its title, will “The Faerie Queene” have on “Troubled Blood”?
J.K. Rowling made headlines when she posted a controversial tweet in December of 2019. What’s next for the fandom?
J.K. Rowling’s recent tweet causes a wave of backlash.
Following a Twitter conversation on the subject, Chris Rankin (Percy Weasley) spoke with BBC Radio 4’s Samira Ahmed about job shaming in the entertainment industry.