Tag Archives: J.K. Rowling

‘Harry Potter’ Author J.K. Rowling Heading to TV with ‘The Casual Vacancy’

BBC and HBO are teaming up to bring J.K. Rowling’s The Casual Vacancy to U.

‘Harry Potter’ Original Cover Art Up for Auction

Are you looking to fill some wall space? And have tens of thousands of dollars to drop? Well, you’re in luck.

J.K. Rowling Confirms Second Crime Novel and Festival Appearance

J.K. Rowling enjoyed “channeling her inner bloke” writing under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith, author of The Cuckoo’s Calling, that she is going to give it another go with a second crime novel, reports BBC News.

J.K. Rowling Regrets Romantic Storyline in ‘Harry Potter’ Series

Over the weekend, excerpts from an interview for Wonderland Magazine were released with J.K.

Lawyer Who Snitched on J.K. Rowling Gets Fined and Rebuked

The lawyer who done J.K. Rowling wrong is going to pay for it.

Chris Gossage, a London solicitor whose firm repped the Harry Potter author, is the fellow who revealed to a friend of his wife last summer that Rowling was really the author of The Cuckoo’s Calling. Rowling had published the ...

A ‘Harry Potter’ Prequel For The London Stage? Really?

J.K. Rowling has been smart in allowing fans to explore new ways to have a wander in the Harry Potter universe she so memorably created.

‘Harry Potter’ Voted Britain’s Favorite Children’s Book

In not entirely surprising news today, J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter has been voted by British readers as the nation’s favorite children’s book, in a poll held recently by the organization Booktrust.

J.K. Rowling And The Narwhal Tusk Of Historical Identification

This might be the best story to feature J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and a narwhal that I’ve heard in… well it’s a while.

Brits with Birthdays: J.K. Rowling Turns the Page on Another Year, and More

J.K. Rowling is having a busy month. Not Benedict Cumberbatch busy, but busy nonetheless.

The Brit List: Summer of London – Innovators

“He that will not apply new remedies must expect new evils,” wrote Sir Francis Bacon, “for time is the greatest innovator.” Some three centuries later, another Englishman, Prime Minister Harold Wilson, put it a little ...