You Gotta Love Quidditch

Saturday, July 19, 2014

After the 2014 FIFA World Cup and the Quidditch World Cup, one exciting news clearly stood out (well, for me, at least). It wasn't a Messi gossip but it is Klose enough since the writer of the said column could not resist to make anything scandalous. I just had to include that witty line! Sorry for that! But I'm talking about another Harry Potter short story J.K. Rowling wrote on the Daily Prophet as Rita Skeeter. As a Potterhead, I could not keep my excitement! A week has passed and I still can't get over the fact that the Queen found another way to keep the series alive in our hearts. I have always been curious on how my favorite characters will live their lives after the seven books and as adults. I guess, this article will show you a bit of it. Read the whole article by signing in to Pottermore.com. I will surely visit this site once again since I missed it!

Here are also some related articles you can check out AFTER reading the said story. Just warning you of possible spoilers you might come across!


Enjoy your weekend, Potterheads and muggles alike! :)

You Might Also Like

0 comments

Last 15 Books I've Read

285. In Real Life by Cory Doctorow

284. Nimona by Noelle Stevenson

283. Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy (Gallagher Girls, #2) by Ally Carter

282. I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You (Gallagher Girls, #1) by Ally Carter

281. 365 Reasons to Be Cheerful: Magical Moments to Cheer Up Miserable Sods One Day at a Time by Richard Happer

280. Regression, Vol. 1: Way Down Deep by Cullen Bunn

279. Coyotes #1 by Sean Lewis

278. Evolution #1 by James Asmus

277. Rose, Vol. 1 by Meredith Finch

276. Dark Fang #1 by Miles Gunter

275. Behind the Blog by Kryz Uy

274. Manga Classics: Les Misérables by Stacy King

273. Lady Mechanika: La Dama de la Muerte #1 by Joe Benitez

272. 101 Things To Do Instead of Playing on Your Phone by Ilka Heinemann

271. Vidia and the Fairy Crown by Haruhiko Kato

Attribution


Creative Commons License

Style Reader by Arra Abella is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. Images and text are copyrighted, unless stated otherwise. Therefore, if you want to use any of these, feel free to contact me.

Subscribe