Silkworm

After struggling to get through "The Casual Vacancy", I became very skeptical of J. K. Rowling's other books and put off reading the Cormoran Strike series for years. However, I decided to give "Silkworm" a chance a while ago and couldn't put it down. Here's my review:   Summary: Novelist Owen Quine turns in "Bombyx…

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September’s Pile of Books

Here's a list of all the books I read this month! The Tea Dragon Society by Katie O'Neill Genre: Graphic Novel/Fantasy "The Tea Dragon Society" is a beautiful, heart-warming graphic novel/children's fairytale about tea dragons: strange, hard-to-raise creatures that can store memories. It follows the story of a blacksmith's daughter called Greta throughout one year as she…

The 7 Best Hermione Granger Quotes

Happy birthday, Hermione Granger! Let's celebrate by remembering some of her best quotes...   Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone "Books! And cleverness! There are more important things -- friendship and bravery!"     Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets “At least no one on the Gryffindor team had to buy their way in.…

Top 5 Underappreciated Harry Potter Quotes

"What’s comin’ will come, an’ we’ll meet it when it does." ~Hagrid, Goblet of Fire   "Poisonous toadstools don’t change their spots." ~Ron, Order of the Phoenix   "Codes are breakable." ~Sirius, Order of the Phoenix   According to Madam Pomfrey, thoughts could leave deeper scarring than almost anything else. ~Order of the Phoenix  …

The Internet Signpost

Here's where you can find me all over the Internet:   Watch My Harry Potter/Gaming/Writing Videos on Youtube Harry Potter and Everyday Stuff on Twitter (I follow everyone back!) Harry Potter/Everyday/Friday Night Sky Pictures on Instagram Watch My Shows and Join in the Chat on YouNow (there'll be some general chat, occasional Harry Potter discussions…

3 Questions for J. K. Rowling

Have you ever planned what you would do if you got the chance to interview J. K. Rowling and to ask her three questions? I’ve been doing a lot of thinking and here are mine: Dementors symbolise depression and boggarts seem to symbolize phobias. What about the other magical creatures? Are redcaps, kappas and grindylows…