An Interview With Des Doyle, Director of Showrunners Documentary

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Showrunners: The Art of Running a TV Show is set to be released on October 31st and I got the opportunity to ask its director, Des Doyle, a few questions about his film. Showrunners is a feature length documentary, exploring behind the scenes of TV shows and giving an inside look at the work the creative minds behind the projects do to keep the shows rolling. Read More »

Fan of the Week: Kara – September 14, 2014

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KARA Age 23 – Maryland, USA Hufflepuff How did you become a Harry Potter fan? I became a Harry Potter fan in Fourth grade when my teacher began reading us the series. About half way through the first book, I was hooked and I began reading ahead of the rest of the class. When I reached book 4 (the last one out at the time) I read the books over again until the class caught ... Read More »

Book Review: A Little Something Different by Sandy Hall

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A Little Something Different By Sandy Hall Recommended Ages: 13+ A Little Something Different is a romantic comedy for anyone who dabbles in drabbles, a college age meet cute split up into fourteen different points of view. When Lea and Gabe bump into each other at the beginning of the semester, their chemistry is obvious to everyone around them, from their best friends, their creative writing teacher, the local Starbucks baristas, to the park bench ... Read More »

Book Review: Darkness Hidden by Zoë Marriott

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Darkness Hidden – buy it By Zoë Marriott – website Recommended Ages: 13+ A dazzling continuation of Marriott’s Urban fantasy series. Previously in the Name of the Blade, three teens in London battled a terrifying creature straight out of Japanese mythology. In Darkness Hidden, the second book of the series, a whole new level of terror is unleashed from the underworld on to the streets and Mio, Jack and Shinobu will have to sacrifice even ... Read More »

12 Signs You Are an Insufferable Know-It-All

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10 points for Gryffindor! Read More »

WOULD YOU RATHER…Be Stranded in the Department of Mysteries or the Room of Requirement? Let us know with #MNWYR

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This week we’re comparing the Department of Mysteries and the Room of Requirement. Before you choose, consider the following…and then respond via Twitter with #MNWYR and your response could be featured in one of our posts! Read More »

Book Review: Plague World by Dana Fredsti

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Finally, a zombie apocalypse series I can get behind! Dana Fredsti’s Ashley Parker trilogy* Plague Town, Plague Nation, and the recently released conclusion Plague World** consist of all the excitement and suspense you wanted in The Walking Dead minus the disappointments. This series is a must read for zombie enthusiasts as Fredsti delivers a gutsy heroine for the ages. Said heroine is Ashley Parker, a twenty-nine-year-old college student who survives a nasty bite from a ... Read More »

Pottermore Moments Revisited: Dobby is Freeeeeee!

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As we wrap up the second book in the series, Harry descends into the Chamber of Secrets to discover the Heir of Slytherin. Read More »

Pottermore Moments Revisited: Spiders and Serpents

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In this installment of Pottermore Moments Revisited, we take a look at that chapters that caused so many fans to develop two major fears. Read More »

Fan of the Week: Mehreen – September 7, 2014

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MEHREEN Age 20 – Scotland Slytherin How did you become a Harry Potter fan? I was 7 years old and I’d heard about this Harry Potter film coming out.  For my birthday I got the first 3 books from my parents . Within the first chapter of the first book my hometown was mentioned on page 10, and I was like OMG!!! The author knows my town – I knew then I was hooked for ... Read More »