Most of us who’ve grown up with Harry Potter (first the books, then the movies) have finally, if grudgingly, closed that chapter on our lives. From the first book released in 1997 to the last movie in 2011, we’ve had a good run. But it’s time to put move on, right?
J.K. Rowling recently told the BBC that she might not be quitedone with Harry and his pals. She said she wasn’t entirely satisfied with at least two of her books (she said it was one of the earlier ones and one of the later ones, but didn’t specify which). During the writing she was a single mother on a whirlwind rise to fame and fortune. While a new marriage and two more children are certainly happy events, they didn’t make for the most tranquil writing conditions and perhaps that’s what Rowling meant when she commented that there were “times when it was really tough.” She says that, upon re-reading the series, she wants to do a “director’s cut” to fix whatever it is she feels is missing…. (click title above to continue reading)