There’s a Tumblr page called Ruth And Martin’s Album Club that’s built on a simple concept: Each week, they get a guest to pick a “critically acclaimed album they’ve never listened to” and then offer their opinion of the album after listening to it “at least three times.” This week, Ruth And Martin’s Album Club managed to land J.K. Show More Summary
When J.K. Rowling released a quiz yesterday letting Potter fans discover their very own Patronus, some of us got kick-ass things like hippogriffs and falcons. Other people got things like moles, shrews, and—in the case of Luna Lovegood actress Evanna Lynch—a salmon. Show More Summary
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Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling clarifies that Harambe is not a patronus on the Pottermore website.
After jokingly retweeting a doctored photograph of the Harambe as a patronus on her website Pottermore, J.K. Rowling clarified that Harambe is in fact not a possible patronus result in the recent quiz she published.
Big news: the following does not have anything to do with J.K. Rowling adding any new tidbits to the Harry Potter history. No, in the every-flavor-bean of possibility, the author/screenwriter has decided to test a new and unexpected bean: music reviewing. As NME notes, Rowling recently participated in Ruth and Martin’s Album Club — a Tumblr account that sees […]
A multiple-choice Patronus quiz, designed by J.K. Rowling herself, is the latest feature on Pottermore designed to match you with your animal protector. And because, well, the internet, Rowling has had to make a few things very clear. More »
J.K. Rowling’s Pottermore website, a destination for all things Harry Potter, has released a new tool that lets fans identity their Patronus type.
J.K. Rowling has reviewed Violent Femmes’ 1983 self-titled debut LP as part of Ruth and Martin’s Album Club, a Tumblr where guests discuss a critically acclaimed album they’ve never heard, as NME points out. During the course of herShow More Summary
J.K. Rowling is allowing fans to find out their own Patronus animal! In fact, the 51-year-old Harry Potter author revealed hers to be a pine marten when she originally took the test “ages ago,” but now it has changed! “As many of you have now realised, the @pottermore Patronus Test is finally live!” J.K. tweeted. [...]
No more shall Harry Potter fans traverse the globe wondering, “What is my Patronus?” Could you be a duck, a doe or even a mink? Discover the true you with the official Patronus assigner. J.K. Rowling’s Pottermore website, dedicated to the all-encompassing universe that is “Harry Potter,” introduced...
The quiz, produced with 3D animation and written by Ms. Rowling herself, quickly excited the online fandom.
A lot of the enjoyment about Harry Potter stems from how J.K. Rowling uses the characters’ unique personalities to form distinct groups. Whether it’s the house you would be sorted into or your wand, […]
You know your Hogwarts House and your Ilvermorny House and your wand wood and core—now you can find out what your Patronus is on Pottermore, thanks to this new J.K. Rowling-approved personality quiz. In the Harry Potter books, a Patronuses...Show More Summary
The Harry Potter author realizes that where you listen to music really matters.
The latest feature on Pottermore, the ever-expanding home of Harry Potter content, is a quiz designed by J.K. Rowling to tell you what your Patronus is. Read more...
Good try, internet.
Not since the sorting test as Pottermore been quite so valuable to Harry Potter fans who need to know exactly where and how they fit into J.K. Rowling's magical world.
LONDON — If you haven't taken the Pottermore Patronus quiz yet, we strongly recommend you down tools and complete that important task post-haste. Everyone — including J.K. Rowling — is doing it. SEE ALSO: Have you seen J.K. Rowling's...Show More Summary