T5W: Books For Your Hogwarts House (AKA Hufflepuff)

Guys, guys, guys!

This is my first T5W ever!

A round of applause to the creators of this massively popular feature, Lainey and Sam on Goodreads.

 

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Yes, I’ve finally succumbed to peer pressure and decided to try this weekly feature for a little while to see how it goes. I’m sure it’s going to be tons of fun! And just prove how fun it’s going to be I’m starting on a Harry Potter themed week!  Continue reading

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New Harry Potter virtual reality game!

Could this possibly be true? Will there be a “Pokemon Go” style game for us witches and wizards coming soon? Oh by Dumbledore’s beard, let this be true!

I woke up to this wonderful news on Bustle.com this morning. What a way to start your Wednesday, huh? Continue reading

The Harry Potter Spells Tag

I saw this open tag at Inky Spells thanks to JadeMWong who pointed me in the right direction (Thank youuuu!), and I couldn’t wait to do it.

So let’s get to it!

 

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A childhood book connected to good memories.

It might surprise you to see I didn’t choose the Harry Potter series as a childhood favourite, but there’s a reason for that… I wasn’t allowed to read or watch Harry Potter until I was about 20! (Let’s not even go there!)

So the books I actually read as a child were all Disney books, especially 101 Dalmations which I used to love!

 

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Book Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

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Author: JK Rowling, John Tiffany & Jack Thorne

Page count: 343 pages

Publication date: 31 July 2016

 

I know everyone has already done a review on this book but I thought I’d add my two pennies to the discussion.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has a different vibe to the rest of the series for a couple of obvious reasons: Continue reading

My Harry Potter Tradition

My family doesn’t really have a lot of traditions, apart from your usual Christmas shenanigans…

But there’s ONE summer tradition that I hold dear in my bookish heart. Every summer my mum and I watch the whole Harry Potter series together 😀 We don’t do marathons because… you know, we have stuff to do (ie. mum wouldn’t last long in a marathon).  Continue reading