A fan reached out to the "Harry Potter" author on Twitter, not expecting to hear back. But he did! DON'T. (via Twitter) Thank you, J. K. Rowling, for not only giving me hours of entertainment with your books, but also for talking openly about your own struggle with depression. Show More Summary
Someone fetch my Time Turner!
J.K. Rowling has been open about her struggles with depression in the past Read the rest
Like all people who write stuff, J.K. Rowling has opinions outside of the stuff she’s most known for writing (wizards,… Read More
J.K. Rowling killed loads of characters in her Harry Potter series, and one of the most devastating for fans and twins everywhere was the death of prankster Fred Weasley, one of several characters killed in the Battle Of Hogwarts. On...Show More Summary
"Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling has given one fan a memory to cherish forever.
J.K. Rowling was delighted to hear of the news of the new royal baby, but she was a bit disappointed that the child wasn’t given a name from her famous Harry Potter novels. According to Time Magazine, the famed author joked about the new princess’ name on social media, and revealed that she was really J.K. Show More Summary
Hey, remember when your heart broke into a million little pieces when you were reading the final Harry Potter book and Fred dies? (Sorry about the spoiler, but you know, it has almost been 10 years.) Well, this week, J.K. Rowling is ready to say she's sorry. Show More Summary
Princess Nymphadora, anyone?
This year marks the 17th anniversary of the Battle of Hogwarts. In honor of this occasion, J.K. Rowling has decided to “apologise for one death per anniversary.” SPOILER ALERT: If you don’t want to know more about Harry Potter & TheShow More Summary
J.K. Rowling used her thoughtful way with words to spark hope in one of her Twitter followers on Monday. A fan reached out to the author in a tweet, saying, "@jk_rowling This may get lost in the noise..but what would you say to someone...Show More Summary
If only J.K. Rowling had a time-turner handy. The author of the Harry Potter series seems to be facing a lot of regret lately — she tweeted an apology Saturday for killing off fan-favorite character Fred Weasley See also: 18 questions we still have about 'Harry Potter' Today I would just like to say: I'm really sorry about Fred. Show More Summary
To mark the 17th anniversary of The Battle of Hogwarts, author J.K. Rowling finally apologizes for killing off a fan favorite.
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Man, that J.K. Rowling just can't seem to let 'Harry Potter' go. Today I would just like to say: I'm really sorry about Fred. Bows head in acceptance of your reasonable ire — J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) May 2, 2015 J.K. Rowling took to Twitter this weekend to apologize for killing off Fred Weasley (why couldn't it have been George??). Show More Summary
“Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times, when one only remembers to turn on the light.” Yes, Dumbledore says that in one of the Harry Potter films and not books, but J.K. Rowling probably still would agree with her famed...Show More Summary
As you probably knew, honored, and celebrated in your own way, May 2 marked the 17th anniversary of the Battle of Hogwarts. [A moment of silence, please.] "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling chose the anniversary to launch a new tradition: apologizing for people she's killed off. Show More Summary
LONDON — She doesn't tweet a lot, but when she does, J.K. Rowling often responds with kind words to her fans On Monday, a fan asked the author what she would say to someone who hasn't found meaning in life and just wants to give up See also: J.K. Show More Summary
Better late than never, right, J.K. Rowling? The beloved author behind the best-selling children's book series in human history made an unexpected admission on Saturday, Tweeting her apologies for killing off a fan favorite during the Battle of Hogwarts. "Today I would just like to say: I'm really sorry about Fred," Rowling wrote online. Show More Summary