Winters bite began to sting in early November adding a touch of morning frost to the castle grounds and coating the lake with thin ice. The skies were now constantly grey and the winds sounded like a ravenous troll. 3,159 more words
By Emily Fedor and Faith Maciolek
One evening in London, Albus Dumbledore mystically extinguished seven lights on a quiet street. He strolled up to the door of 4 Privet Drive, home of the Dursley family, and left a baby boy on the cold doorstep. 681 more words
I grew up reading every day, my Grandma and parents encouraged me to love books. I regularly saw my Mum with her nose in a new Stephen King or Dean Koontz book and every other day my Grandma would be carting around a hefty new hard back that she would quickly devour while drinking copious amounts of coffee, which was almost as light as tea due to all the Coffee Mate she stirred in to make it extra creamy. 565 more words
Hello you lovely people!
Last week I went to the Warner Bros. Harry Potter Studios so I thought I’d do a post about that.
My friend and I took a train to Watford Junction and the studio operates a shuttle bus service from there (the shuttle bus service’s shelter is just outside the station towards the left and from what I remember being told, operates every 20 minutes). 1,114 more words
Lady Jane Percy is the Duchess of Northumberland. She’s also the woman responsible for maintaining the real-life Hogwarts castle.
One of the ways she does that is by hosting mixed martial arts fights in the estate’s gardens. 20 more words