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My Reading and I

The day Harry Potter and the Cursed Child came out, a friend who sits next to me in class opened the book at the strike of the first hour bell, and by the time the third hour ended, she slapped the book close and declared, “Man, I don’t know why Rowling chose to write… 668 more words

Just Like That.

Saturday Summation – 01 October 2016

Bits and pieces of things that caught my eye not only for my own interest, but enough to want to share with you, too…

Every occupation has its busy “season”, and for education, September is definitely one of them. 357 more words

Writing

Harry Potter and The Cursed Child

Below are some thoughts on  Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Warning: spoilers ahead!

 

I don’t read many plays but of course I had to make an exception for… 434 more words

Book Review

Let's Talk About... Expecto Patronum

Hello, you lovely lot. This post is coming to you a little later than usual, sorry. Turns out I can’t schedule posts properly. Better late than never, right? 390 more words

Let's Talk About...

2016 - September

September was excellent and amazing. Milestone birthday celebrated in New Zealand with friends I haven’t seen for as many as 12 years, and the rest of it just sped by with first awesome weather (lovely rain so early in the year!) and then horrid heat where one could do nothing but sit in air-conditioning with some books. 1,377 more words

Juliet Marillier

Books: Station Eleven and Hogwarts - Wouldn't it be Great if Harry Potter Survived a Post-Apocalyptic World?

Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel 

This 2014 novel won the Arthur C. Clarke Science Fiction Award as well as being a finalist for the National Book Award. 693 more words

Should J. K. Rowling Stop Talking About Harry Potter?

There’s been a lot of talk about J. K. Rowling these last couple of months – okay let’s get real, there’s always a lot of talk about J. 476 more words

Harry Potter