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Diary of a Harry Potter Sale

8 Dec
Need a sorting hat to decide your holiday gift giving? How about an under $10 gift that every Potter fan will appreciate: Diary of a Harry Potter Addict paperback from our Amazon CreateSpace shop. And now through December we’re offering 15% off with promo code: JKKG2T9N
        Top it all off with a Recovering Potter Addict bumper sticker – 2 for $3! – direct from us and your Potter-lovin’ friends will think you’re totally awesome.


23 Aug

We don’t think we’ll be playing with our chemistry set for a while…

Pottermore and The Magic Quill Blow Up Twitter (and Change Potterhead Sleep Patterns)

1 Aug

If you start to notice more people sleeping during the middle of the day, pulling over to take naps at rest stops, drowsily blabbering in Parseltongue… you very likely have stumbled across a (fellow) Potterhead who was up all night trying to be among the proud 1,000,000 who will participate as a Beta tester for J.K. Rowling’s new Pottermore project. What? You think 1,000,000 sounds like a lot?

In terms of Potter fans, that’s just a tip of the Sorting Hat. These fans are from around the world, so those who aren’t on UK time have had to revamp their sleeping habits in order to take on the Magic Quill challenge and discover their new magical name. We seriously advise bosses to give workers the week off (with pay), because this will be going on through August 6th (and who knows what’s to happen after that!).

Diary of a Harry Potter Addict Book Now Available

21 Jun

The new book, Diary of a Harry Potter Addict is out now! Available at Amazon, iBookstore, and B&N with more online retailers to be added soon.


A humorous take on a serious issue, Diary of a Harry Potter Addict captures the struggles of an anonymous Harry Potter fan coming to grips with life post-Deathly Hallows. Part diary, part clinical narrative, the book spans several years in the character’s life, from the moment they first pick up Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone through their exploration of ways in which to manage – and eventually make the most of – their chronic Harry Potter addiction.

Utilizing diary entries, original artwork and interviews with members of the International Quidditch Association and the Harry Potter Alliance, the book offers alternative ways to ease the pain of saying good-bye to old friends and goes great with a swig of Butterbeer.

“An essential part of any respectable Harry Potter collection… A national treasure.” –Antiques Roadshow

“Not good. BRILLIANT!” -Rupert Grint (as Ron Weasley)

“A very interesting literary approach to the subject of Harry Potter Series End Disorder (HPSED)… These women are dangerous.” –Dr. Juana Fuchenstein, DFA

“I laughed… I found it a loving tribute to the fanbase and the running dialogue is great. I need to mention that the cover is awesome!” -Josh Guerrero, ETS

Anonymous Potter Addicts Meetings

30 May

Don’t you wish these were held in your town?