Tags » JK Rowling

7 Writing Rules: #4 Take Out All the Adverbs

Many writers see adverbs as little pests, not unlike greedy ants on your countertop, begging only to be squashed and murdered. They are viewed as mutant dandelions whose mere presence means that your story is heavy with monstrosities, thereby making you a lesser writer and your work next to trash. 505 more words

Writing

My favourite childhood books

Hello lovelies!

So I’ve been kind of awful at updating this month, but I have a good reason! I’m wrapping up my first year at university and had deadlines and trips home and lots of other stuff going on. 1,154 more words

Books

How did I not know of this series before now?

So this just happened.

Again I feel like I need to start this review with a disclaimer: I am the worst book geek there ever was. 545 more words

Reviews

Harry Potter Re-Read 2017

I became a fan of Harry Potter when I was in middle school. I believe my dad gave me the first book and after that, I was hooked. 633 more words

Jncahill

Dear Theodore 11.10.16

Sometimes you just have to write a long letter to your firstborn…

Dear Theodore,

It is November 10, 2016 and our great country is still reeling from the results of a tumultuous presidential election. 1,103 more words

Book Review : Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

I finally got the chance to buy this book and I read it on my way back from Australia; I finished it right before landing in Rome. 347 more words

Book 5a: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

This book breaks all of my self-imposed rules – I have read it before many times and I’ve read lots of other fantasy books too. However, I’m reading it, so it goes on the list, it seems to be faking to not record everything. 65 more words

40 Books