This week is all about Hogwart's house pride! Let's hear it for our favorite wizarding school! Today is Slytherin Pride Day, which is my favorite thing since I was recently re-sorted into Slytherin with Pottermore's new and improved Sorting Hat quiz. While I did suffer a bit of an identity crisis, I feel more at … Continue reading Easy and Fun Ways to Celebrate Your House Pride Day
The internet exploded yesterday over some cryptic tweets and an anagram sent out by J.K. Rowling. I'm over at Project-Nerd breaking it all down. I hope you'll join me there! The Harry Potter fandom has laid dormant for some time now, but with the upcoming release of the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them … Continue reading Project-Nerd Post: J.K. Rowling and Anagrams
I'm talking with Kat Miller the Creative and Marketing Director at MuggleNet today! I'm so excited to feature her on the blog and give a glimpse into the life of someone who gets to actually have a paying job that is dedicated to Harry Potter. Ah-mazing. Remember to go here to check out the other Women … Continue reading Women in Geek: Kat Miller
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, … Continue reading J.K. Rowling Needs to Write More Harry Potter-Related Stories
In my latest Women in Geek interview, I'm going to be talking to Marissa Reynolds from Hogwart's Radio, MuggleNet's Entertainment Harry Potter Podcast. I've had the privilege of working with Marissa through the transcription team at Hogwart's Radio, and I'm thrilled to have her here on the blog! If you haven't seen my first three … Continue reading Women in Geek: Marissa Reynolds
It's been rough for the Harry Potter fandom since Deathy Hallows Part II came out. With no new content, we became a bit angry... The silence from the wonderful world of Hogwarts was too much. Unsure of how to fill that Harry Potter-shaped void in our lives, we did what we could to make due, creating new content in whatever way we could. Still it was obvious that the silence was driving us mad...