With the books and movies all finished, are you suffering from Harry Potter withdrawal?
Maybe it's time to head over to Pottermore, an online hub developed by J.K. Rowling for fans of the boy wizard. The free site is now open for all to join.
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Users will be treated to additional writing from Rowling that augments the books, digital games extending the series' themes and plot-lines, e-book reading and a platform to talk muggles and magic with other Harry Potter fanatics.
"The digital generation will be able to enjoy a safe, unique online reading experience built around the Harry Potter books," Rowling says in a video introducing Pottermore.
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After signing up for the site, you'll get assigned to a Hogwarts house by the Sorting Hat and be specially chosen by a compatible wand before diving into the site's content. You'll be able to friend other Pottermore users, take on magical missions, compete with other Hogwarts houses and more deeply explore Harry's world.
The site also promises "exclusive new content from J.K. Rowling," reportedly including 18,000 words of background material filling out the books' characters and settings. For newbies, Pottermore will sell e-book and audiobook versions of the series.
While anyone can sign up now, the site says in a blog post that it will activate new registrations in waves, so you may have to wait just a bit longer to add that digital twist to your Pottermania.
Will you join Pottermore? Let us know in the comments.
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