If you’ve ever wanted to wander around the library at Hogwarts, explore the restricted section and discover all of its secrets, you should probably take a look at this month’s Author Takeover. Author Genevieve Cogman explores the use of masks in the Harry Potter series and the importance of designing an identity.
This month’s Author Takeover sees the return of Ryan Graudin to celebrate the release of her new novel, Wolf by Wolf. Many fans see strong parallels between Voldemort’s rise to power and the events of World War Two, Wolf by Wolf explores an alternate history of our own world, where Hitler has won the war and medical experimentation within concentration camps has created unexpected results.
Ryan’s previous Author Takeover explored the art of creating a complex world. This time, she examines the concept of identity and what it can mean for characters with the ability to metamorphose.
This month’s Author Takeover comes from multi award-winning author Philip Reeve. His new book, Railhead perfectly embraces the emotions felt by all Potter fans who have wanted to board the Hogwarts Express. A step away from the dystopia movement, this book brings mystery and adventure to a sci-fi Utopia of riches, wonder and hyperspace trains.
We’re thrilled that MuggleNet is part of the international Magic and Mayhem Tour celebrating to countdown to Six of Crows! September 24-29, bloggers in the US and UK have been paired up to share their own Six of Crows-inspired lists, such as six tips for surviving the Grishaverse, six signs you do/don’t have what it takes to join Kaz’s crew, and more. PLUS, we have a fantastic competition to win a swag pack across all 12 blogs taking part.
This week’s Author Takeover comes from Lauren James, who tells us how Hermione inspired her own writing and a new generation of perfectly imperfect female characters.
This week’s Author Takeover examines the concept of whole world realism in fictional spaces. Author Zen Cho discusses her admiration of the detail Rowling is able to create and continue providing to fans of “Potter” even after the book series has ended.
Move over, Tom Marvolo Riddle, and throw out your diaries. For this week’s Author Takeover we are delighted to host Dawn Kurtagich, author of “The Dead House”. In this blog she discusses the perils of possession, exploring the darker sides of “Potter” in relation to her own debut novel.
Our Author Takeover this week comes from MuggleNet friend and fellow Potterhead Kelly Creagh, author of the “Nevermore” trilogy.
Our latest Author Takeover comes from Moïra Fowley-Doyle, debut author of “The Accident Season”. Read on as Moïra talks about including tributes within her work.
For this week’s Author Takeover we are delighted to host the author of “Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda”, Becky Albertalli. While Simon and his interest for all things “Harry Potter” may be fictional, Becky’s love is all fact.