On BBC 1.
It sold 375,000 copies.
Magic, Dumbledore, and really any Harry Potter references at all.
Her new book is for Muggles. Adult Muggles.
And it's about a small British town.
Miss U, Harry Potter.
Ginny turns herself into a bird, among other differences.
Yer an "online reading experience," Harry.
Magic is no toy, and any number of terrible things can happen to amateur wizards who treat it like one.
"I'm not going to say I won't. I don't think I will ... I feel I am done, but you never know."
Ones who are popular at airports!
Author says a 'Potter'-themed book could be out "in not-too-distant future."
Universal has released concept art and a video giving a virtual tour of its upcoming theme park.
$104 million in a day!
All Death Eater attacks intact, fiery, totally scary-looking.
A judge ruled that Steven Vander Ark's 'Harry Potter Lexicon' would cause her 'irreparable harm' as a writer.
A Harry Potter lexicographer gets his haircut made fun of by the New York 'Times.'
J.K. Rowling was in New York yesterday to testify against 'Harry Potter Lexicon' author Steven Vander Ark in her noble quest to squash the publication of his book. Man, is she charming.
Amazon.com is holding an essay contest to win a rare copy of Rowling's latest. Just let us buy the stinking book!
Though we're glad that Warner Brothers is at least considering releasing two films of one of the books, we're a little surprised they're finally doing it for Deathly Hallows, which of course gives over a solid 400 of its 759 pages to Harry, Ron and Hermione shouting in tents.
A look back at the year in Harry Potter.
But you can read an Amazon review of the book!
It's awfully easy to excoriate Rowling for her greedy lawsuit while praising her for her charity auction. Easy, and wrong.
We think it's kind of awesome. What does the rest of the Internet think?