A team of forensic linguistics experts believe they have solved a longstanding mystery, using a method similar to the one which discovered that Robert Galbraith – the author of detective story The Cuckoo's Calling—was in fact an alias for Harry Potter writer JK Rowling.
But don't get too excited, Potterheads. The coming volumes aren't written by J.K. Rowling and aren't new adventures of Harry, Hermione and Ron.
If you've ever gawked in envy at the Hogwarts library, saw yourself in the nerdy Hermione Granger, or raged at Harry and Ron for neglecting their magical studies, you should definitely grab yourself a copy of these upcoming releases...
Die-hard Harry Potter fans, buckle your seat belts for some news that’s enough to spice up your day and is sweeter than pepper imps: J.K. Rowling (sort of) is launching two new Harry Potter books. The release dates are later this fall — so grab a firebolt, and hold on tight. It’s been a long time coming — relatively speaking — for J.K. Show More Summary
Let's be honest: no one except Congress has the power to "shut President Trump down," not even J.K. Rowling. What leaders can do, however, is humiliate him — fairly and squarely, as Australia's Foreign Minister Julie Bishop recentlyShow More Summary
Some would say there is nothing that can beat the world of Harry Potter, but if JK Rowling did write something better, we may never know about it. Read more...
CNN just aired J.K. Rowling’s exclusive interview with Christine Amanpour, on her children’s charity LUMOS, dedicated to ending the institutionalisation of children across the world. During this interview, she revealed that she wrote...Show More Summary
"Harry Potter" creator J.K. Rowling has written another fairy tale for young readers — but only people with access to her closet might ever get to read it. In an interview with CNN, the bestselling author told Christiane Amanpour that she penned a story for young readers on a party dress, where...
J.K. Rowling famously wrote the manuscript for the first "Harry Potter" book on a typewriter, mostly in cafes, and jotted her ideas down on a napkin, so she's no stranger to unconventional writing mediums. Read moremail this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Fans will remember J.K. Rowling mentioning writing a ‘political fairytale’ a few years back. Whilst we’ve been spoiled with special additions to the story such as Fantastic Beasts and Cursed Child in the meantime, we weren’t expecting this announcement in an early release of the CNN interview manuscript. Show More Summary
The Harry Potter author keeps the manuscript hanging in her closet
It seems appropriate that J.K. Rowling, creator of a rich world of witches and wizards, would hold her 50th birthday celebration on Halloween despite the fact that her birthday is in July. And her party last year wasn’t your average birthday slash Halloween party (did you really think dressing up ... More »
Rowling doesn't know whether the ' lost manuscript' will ever be adapted into a real book.
It's a "political" fairy tale for children.
The mastermind behind Harry Potter wrote a secret manuscript that she says is a fairy tale.
Next month, the British Film Institute in London are set to host a TV preview event for Strike: The Cuckoo’s Calling! The preview of the first episode of the TV adaptation of Robert Galbraith/J.K. Rowling’s crime-thriller will be followed by a discussion with lead actors Tom Burke and Holliday Grainger, director Michael Keillor, writer Ben Richards...read more!
This week has seen been news in the Potter world as production began on the Fantastic Beasts sequel, and we prepare for an interview on CNN with J.K. Rowling on Monday. Our weekly round-up brings news from Evanna Lynch’s iAnimal campaign and a Disco Pigs interview and new promos from Toby Jones, Kenneth Branagh, Michael Gambon, Jason Isaacs and David Bradley....read more!
Literary Scouts know a lot, but they’re not mind readers. My story starts with J.K Rowling… It was my first week as a Scout at what was then Anne Louise Fisher’s agency (now Eccles Fisher), and the office was buzzing. Constant phone calls. It was the buzz of publishers from around the world; the news […]
CNN journalist Christiane Amanpour tweeted a promotional clip today for an exciting new interview with J.K. Rowling which airs Monday! The thrust of the interview will touch on the magic of the Harry Potter series, as the Philosopher’s...Show More Summary
For those of us who aren’t J.K. Rowling, publication day is a slightly soft concept. None of this opening bookstores at midnight, or releasing at 3.35pm in order not to disrupt school – alas. Still, it’s always a good day for the hard-working author, and sometime around now copies of “Fifty Things That Made the […]