So it’s that time of year again! It was time to don my Ravenclaw robes and school attire and head off to my local Waterstones (Livingston branch) after work to take part in the Harry Potter Book Night!
As usual I ended up arriving super early, but I learnt my lesson from last year’s event and I brought my ‘currently reading’ with me – even if I’m not particularly enjoying it. But as it turns out, I didn’t need it this time!
I ended up chatting with Tina Goldstein (a bookseller) whilst she set up the children’s area downstairs and then, as the shop started filling up with robed children, I made my way upstairs to get ready for the ‘Impossibly Hard Harry Potter Quiz’. Continue reading
Edinburgh has a lot to show off when it comes to Harry Potter as J.K Rowling moved there in the late 90’s and still lives there today. She wrote a lot of the Harry Potter books there and it seems that she was heavily influenced by this historic city.
If you are planning on going to Edinburgh and you’re a Potterhead, here’s a list of things to do and see to make the most out of your trip! Continue reading
June 26th 2017 marked a very special day for a lot of people – it was the 20th anniversary of the release of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone! Fans up and down the country celebrated in various ways and the Waterstones on Princes Street in Edinburgh hosted another amazing quiz night! Continue reading
So my original plan was to keep this post as a throwback post, but seeing as how today is my fellow Ravenclaw’s birthday today is as good a day as any!
Happy Birthday Luna Lovegood!
So earlier this month many, many Potterhead’s over the world gathered in their local book shops for Harry Potter Book Night 2017 – and I was, of course, no exception! Continue reading