J.K. Rowling writes 6 new 'Harry Potter' Halloween Stories
fans were given a major Halloween treat on Friday as the author of the best selling series released six new stories. J.K. Rowling
put the new tales on Pottermore,
along with an, Dolores Umbridge,
the Ministry of Magic.
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Rowling reveals that the evil Hogwarts professor is based on someone from the author's real life. She describes the actual woman as someone whom I disliked intensely on sight. The woman in question returned my antipathy with interest. Why we took against each other so instantly, heartily and (on my side, at least) irrationally, I honestly cannot say.
New details were revealed surrounding the Harry Potter Universe
including Dolores Umbridge
being a half-blood.
Umbridge is also revealed to be a half-blood herself, the daughter of a wizard and a Muggle. This is noteworthy because Umbridge lies in the books and claims to be a pure-blood in order to bolster her own credentials. [via]
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In July, Rowling wrote a story about a grown Harry Potter
competing in the Quidditch World Cup.
J.K. Rowing is currently writing the screenplay for the upcoming Harry Potter spin-off, 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
they plan on releasing the new Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them on November 18, 2016. This will be the Harry Potter author, J.K. Rowlings
screenwriting debut on the feature film and will be based on the Hogwarts textbook that appears in the very first Harry Potter and The Philosophers Stone.
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