Just Another Letter to JKR

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Looking back and feeling sentimental, sometimes all you can do is write a letter to the woman who created it all. Read More »

Book Review: The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman

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Neil Gaiman is not only one of my favorite living authors, but of all authors I know of he is the best audiobook reader of his own work. Upon moving to a new town and getting a card at the local library, I chose his reading of this book as my first borrowing. It lent a spine-tingling chill to my daily driving, and towards the end it made me have to wipe my cheeks and ... Read More »

Pottermore Moments Revisited: Back to Hogwarts, not the usual way

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Harry and Ron have some trouble getting back to Hogwarts, and we as readers understand their frustration as they meet their totally incompetent new DADA professor. Read More »

15 Times ‘Harry Potter’ Influenced the World We Live in Today

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Muggle tested, Potter approved. Read More »

Book Review: Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins

Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins

The list of good things I could say about Stephanie Perkins’ Anna and the French Kiss is perhaps never-ending. A story focused almost entirely on young romantic love, it’ll make your toes squirm with giddiness and your heart melt with all those dastardly warm fuzzies. Beware! Anna is perhaps the only teenager on the planet who’s angry about moving to France for her senior year of high school, and it’s not just anywhere in France, ... Read More »

Pottermore Moments Revisited: De-gnoming is a serious game

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Harry is rescued from his locked bedroom and is off for the best summer of his life so far! Read More »

Book Review: The Name of the Star by Maureen Johnson

The Name of the Star by Maureen Johnson

Maureen Johnson delivers again with yet another fun, edgy, and thoroughly enjoyable read. The Name of the Star, the first book in the Shades of London series, will have you diving right in for more! Rory has sort of hit the lottery as much as any high school student can. Her parents are taking some time off from their Louisiana jobs to uproot the family for a year… to London! When Rory enrolls at her ... Read More »

WOULD YOU RATHER… Be stranded on a deserted island with Percy or Peeves? #MNWYR

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Before you answer, consider the options… Read More »

Book Review: Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge

Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge

I’ve been waiting for several months now to hit a book that fully captures the spirit and magic of Young Adult Fantasy/Romance. I think Cruel Beauty may be it. It’s delectable, sexy, and passionate, aka everything you want to read in this genre. Here’s why! Nyx’s dad kind of sucks. He’s made a bargain so that Nyx has to marry the prince of their world when she turns 17, a prince who just happens to ... Read More »

Exclusive Interview with ‘Landline’ author Rainbow Rowell

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Earlier this month at LeakyCon in Orlando, MuggleNet sat down for an interview with bestselling author Rainbow Rowell. In our interview, we chat about Landline, her choices in writing, and more. Read More »