TIME

J.K. Rowling has recently received some criticism for releasing new stories about Harry Potter and the Wizarding World on her Twitter account and her fan site Pottermore. Some argue that the extra information about the series illustrates its shortcomings as a whole. Others say it takes away from readers’ imaginations for the story. I get it. Maybe we don’t need to be privy to her plans for Draco Malfoy’s 35th birthday. But many are forgetting that Rowling promised us just this when she announced Pottermore in 2011.

No author could’ve asked for a more wonderful, diverse and loyal readership. I’m thrilled to say that I am now in a position to give you something unique. An online reading experience unlike every other. It’s the same story, with a few crucial additions, the most important one is you. Just as the experience of reading requires that the imaginations of the…

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