J.K. Rowling Needs to Write More Harry Potter-Related Stories

In early July, J.K. Rowling published a short story to Pottermore. It was written from the perspective of journalist Rita Skeeter, chronicling Harry Potter and friends at the Quidditch World Cup. It was brief, it raised more questions than it answered, but ultimately, the reaction of the Harry Potter fandom was unanimous:


Today on Pottermore, Rowling released more original content on Celestina Warbeck, aka The Singing Sorceress. Warbeck’s known for her hit song, “You Stole My Cauldron, But You Can’t Have My Heart”, which you can listen to on Pottermore. The excerpt on Celestina is fantastic and great, but really all it’s doing is making me wish there were more novels about the wizarding world of Harry Potter waiting for me to read for the first time. Even though Deathly Hallows ended beautifully, I just wish that it wasn’t truly the end… I just…


I’ve heard lots of different things from the Rowling camp. I’ve heard that she doesn’t want to write any more novels about Harry Potter. I’ve heard that she totally would should the right idea strike her. I’ve heard she’s actively writing a new Harry Potter book (okay, so maybe it’s usually only around the blogosphere and only around April Fools…). While I’m thrilled to see what adventures await us with Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them movie, I have a few other ways that I’d love to see Rowling continue to create in our favorite wizarding world…

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4 thoughts on “J.K. Rowling Needs to Write More Harry Potter-Related Stories

    1. The short stories are awesome, aren’t they? I’d love a full novel, but there would certainly be a ton of pressure. I guess there aren’t as many crazy expectations for short stories, huh? I am loving how she’s releasing a bit at a time, too. Keeps it exciting!

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