JK Rowling reveals Potter family history in new Pottermore writing

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J.K. Rowling reveals Potter family history in new Pottermore writing.

The story “sheds unexpected new light on the origins of the Potter family name, delves into Harry’s ancestry, explains how his grandfather quadrupled the family’s fortune and how the Invisibility Cloak became a family heirloom.” Harry Potter author J.K.

The Harry Potter books have had a huge impact of many fans’ lives and now they are getting the chance to tell the next generation of readers what the boy wizard has meant to them. Whether it’s their favourite quote, what messages they took from Rowling’s stories or how the books made them feel like they belonged, each note is heartfelt and sincere. In the coming months, the correspondent will report on “the forthcoming Warner Bros. feature film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, based on an original J.K. Rowling writes: “Linfred’s eldest son, Hardwin, married a beautiful young witch by the name of Iolanthe Peverell, who came from the village of Godric’s Hollow.

It was, Iolanthe explained to Hardwin, a tradition in her family that the possession of this cloak remained a secret, and her new husband respected her wishes. From this time on, the cloak was handed down to the eldest in each new generation.” Pottermore also announced Tuesday, via a news release, a re-designed site that will allow readers to consume content in an entirely different way then when it was launched in 2012.

Users will find all areas easier to access, due to the elimination of mandatory registration, as well as responsive designs for optimal viewing across a wide range of devices. The site will also feature content by what they are calling “the Pottermore Correspondent,” who will be “a journalist dedicating to reporting on all the latest updates going on in the Wizarding World.” There was no information about who this correspondent might be.

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