“Harry Potter” after “Deathly Hallows”

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Harry didn’t stop existing when he defeated Voldemort. To us, he’s a 33 year old wizard who’s still fighting crime. Rowling found a way to keep him alive by writing an epilogue in "Deathly Hallows" and continuing publishing material in Pottermore. There are reasons to love and dislike this way of keeping our hero alive, what do you think about it? Read More »

Harry Potter’s Resume, age 16

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Harry Potter's sixteen years old, in the middle of the Second Wizarding War, and creates his first resume. A fun parody of our dear boy wizard! Read More »

WOULD YOU RATHER…Drink Umbridge’s or Voldemort’s Polyjuice Potion? #MNWYR

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Before you answer consider the options… Read More »

“The Queen of the Tearling” Book Giveaway!

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We posted our review earlier this week, and now we've got a copy to give away to one lucky reader! Read More »

Fan of the Week: Madeline – July 13, 2014

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MADELINE Age 27 – Netherlands HUFFLEPUFF How did you become a Harry Potter fan? Harry Potter 1 came to me on my 14th birthday in 2001, I loved it, borrowed books 2 en 3 after a sleepover and soon owned them plus book 4 myself, in Dutch. It became a happy escapism for teenager me. An obsession that sometimes slept but always ignited again. Then 3 book releases (6 if you count the Dutch ones) 8 ... Read More »

Book Review: Once Upon Stilettos by Shanna Swendson

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It’s been quite a few years since I read Enchanted, Inc. because, frankly, I’m a guy and chick lit isn’t my thing. But it was such a funny and magical book that continuing with the series has often been on my mind. And now I find that the Katie Chandler series has grown to seven books. Based on the adventures of a Texas belle who finds adventure, romance, and professional fulfillment in New York, it ... Read More »

Pottermore Moments Revisited: First day of school!

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In today's edition of Pottermore Moments Revisited, we follow Harry as he attends his first classes. And...follow is pretty much all we do. Read More »

Book Review: Deeply Odd by Dean Koontz

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He still keeps saying, “I’m just a fry-cook,” even though it’s been nineteen months since he last wielded a spatula in anger. During that time, he has followed the tug of his psychic senses from one horrific ordeal to another. He has stopped mass-murders before they happened. He has staved off a nuclear apocalypse, canceled an alien invasion, and unpicked a snarl in the fabric of space-time. He has exterminated nests of serial killers, rescued ... Read More »

WOULD YOU RATHER…Be Sorted Into Slytherin Or Ravenclaw? #MNWYR

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In this series of posts started last week, Tori and I will be asking, “Would you rather…” and presenting two options along with a list of their pro’s and con’s. Your job: let us know which wins for you and why. For this post the question is: Would you rather be sorted into Slytherin or Ravenclaw? In order to weigh our options lets look at what we know about each house along with a few pros and cons: Read More »

Theater Review: StarKid Summer Series

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They have thrice cavorted down corridors at Hogwarts School. They've explored an alien planet in their radical starship. They've tackled Batman, and twisted the tale of "Aladdin" so that we no longer approve of street rats. Now, the creative minds at Team StarKid have unleashed not one, but two new musicals upon the world in the summer of 2014. Read More »