Will jk rowling write more wizarding books
'Harry Potter' Creator JK Rowling Teases Four More Stories She Wants to TellIf you've been waiting for an owl to bring you news of a new book about Harry Potter or another play starring his son, it's time to learn that, like your Hogwarts letter, they're probably never coming. According to the creator of the Wonderful Wizarding World J. Rowling, there will not be another Harry Potter story , and there's no spell, charm, or curse that can change it. Although fans would love to be able to return to the familiar halls of Hogwarts or the bustling streets of Diagon Alley, it seems Rowling has taken the beloved narrative as far as she has planned to. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child follows the adventures of Albus at school and his father's challenges at home, but as the author explained, they are the last wizards in the heroic line she has a story for. This is not the first time Rowling has bursted the Harry Potter fandom's bubble by revealing less-than-welcome news about the future of her franchise. In , she told Potterheads "Harry is done now," with the publication of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child though two years later, many of us were clearly still holding our breaths.
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Please refresh the page and retry. J K Rowling has explicitly stated that she is highly unlikely to write another Harry Potter book. Ever since the publication of her seventh Hogwarts novel, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, in , Rowling's position has been clear: "I have always said never say never, but no".
'Harry Potter' Creator JK Rowling Teases Four More Stories She Wants to Tell
Four new e-books will provide nitty-gritty details and background on your favorite wizarding subjects taught at Hogwarts. Harry Potter fans will soon get four new e-books that offer up the background and folklore behind wizard magic. For those of us Muggles who can't attend Hogwarts, there'll soon be a chance to go deeper into our favorite Harry Potter wizarding subjects, with the release of four new e-books. Pottermore Publishing said last week that it'll release a series of short e-books that explore the "traditional folklore and magic at the heart of the Harry Potter series. The books, set to start appearing in June, will go into subjects offered to wizarding students at Hogwarts. The collection may offer insight into the origin of the Patronus charm , which provides individualized guardians for wizards, or the best way to quiet Mandrakes , whose screams can literally kill you.
There are many people out there still awaiting an owl with news that they've been accepted to Hogwarts. This side of sneaking into the Wizarding World and never leaving, your best shot at a real Hogwarts education may have just arrived. Rowling's Pottermore Publishing has announced that four new books are on the way, providing an opportunity to delve deeper into the magical world of your favorite boy wizard. It will be a slow rollout, with the first pair of the four books scheduled to be released in June. Each will delve into subjects familiar to people who paid attention when the trio of heroes discussed their upcoming course load at the start of each book.
Heads up Harry Potter fans! These books won't be stories of Harry and his adventures, but they will be a factual series about the subjects he and his friends studied at Hogwarts. The books, which will be released as short e-books, will explore the "traditional folklore and magic at the heart of the series".
By creating an account, you verify that you are at least 13 years of age, and have read and agree to the Comicbook. Well, the creator of the entire Wizarding World franchise, J. Rowling, was out doing press to hype the upcoming debut of the new Fantastic Beasts 2 trailer, and managed to drop a reveal that will keep her fans thirsting. Apparently, Rowling has four new projects that she's pressed to get out into the world! I know about the next four things I'm writing; it's all backed up in there.