#QOTD – Which was your favourite Harry Potter book? Mine has to be Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban! Why, you may ask. Well, for one we got our godfather – Sirius Black. He was that parent that our Harry needed since the very first book. But moreover, I love this book because for the first time I went out of Hogwarts, both physically … Continue reading My Favourite Harry Potter!
We potterheads are always looking for something to take us back to Hogwarts! To take us back to the wizarding world! And, Pottermore Presents with its series of bite-sized eBooks that dig deep into the Harry Potter stories, with titbits taken from Pottermore’s archives and original writing from J.K. Rowling, is exactly that! I recently read the, “Short Stories from Hogwarts of Heroism, Hardship and … Continue reading Pottermore | Short Stories from Hogwarts of Heroism, Hardship and Dangerous Hobbies
QOTD – After Harry Potter, did you ever go back to fantasy genre? I have been a #potterhead all my life, but I have not really picked up any other fantasy book! Did I grow up, or is it too difficult for me to replace Hogwarts with any other magic school? Do I have to unlearn what I have learnt as a muggle born to … Continue reading Questions On A Deadly Education by Naomi Novik
#QOTD – Which one, according to you, was the scariest Harry Potter book? I know you all will probably say either of book 6 or 7, but personally the Chamber of Secrets gave me the goosebumps. By the time Deathly Hallows happened, Harry had grown up and fought a lot of bad guys, and seen a lot of deaths. With Harry, even we grew up … Continue reading Reflections | Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling
#QOTD – Which Hogwarts subject was your favourite? I think I was in Grade 5 when I first picked up the Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone. And I wanted to run away from my school and go into Hogwarts. The subjects were much more interesting. My favourite was Transfiguration. It had switching spells, vanishing spells and also conjuring spells! Everything I could dream of. … Continue reading ….because it’s 1st September!
Hello fellow bookworms! The other day, while rearranging my bookstore, I saw my Harry Potter books and realized that I have never posted a Harry Potter review on my bookstagram! And this tag made me realize there are so many books from before bookstagram time! I have to get them all in here! And then I was tagged by@isleofbliss for #BooksBeforeBookstagram – Perfect timing! Anyway … Continue reading Books Before Bookstagram
A spread from my Harry Potter journal. Potage’s Cauldron Shop is a shop on the North Side, Diagon Alley that sells all types of cauldrons, displaying them in a stack outside the shop, under a sign displaying what cauldron’s they have available. It is the first shop encountered when entering Diagon Alley from the Leaky Cauldron. It is owned and run by Madam Potage. A branch of the shop is also located in Knockturn Alley. Continue reading Journal Spread – Potage’s Cauldron Shop
In each of the seven Harry Potter books, J.K. Rowling treats us to a glimpse of Harry’s Christmas holiday. And, let’s face it, as Hogwarts is one of the best literary locations ever, Hogwarts at Christmas time is really something special. Of course that’s not to say that Harry’s Christmases are always idyllic. And what better way to get into the Christmas spirit than by … Continue reading My First Christmas At Hogwarts
Today is Children’s Day and if I have to recollect something back from my childhood, it is Harry Potter! Here is my childhood stacked together! I have waited for my acceptance letter from Hogwarts. I have grown up with the constant company of Harry, Hermione, Ron, Neville and Ginny! I have been tricked by Fred & George. I have been loved by the Weasleys, and … Continue reading Childhood Stacked
“Autumn seemed to arrive suddenly that year. The morning of the first September was crisp and golden as an apple.” – Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows, J.K Rowling I get a lot of questions on whether I am still as crazy about Harry Potter, as I was back when I first read it. My answer is no! Because the first time Harry walked into … Continue reading After All This Time. Always.