Harry Potter first edition found in skip sells for £33,000

Brunilde Fioravanti
Mag 24, 2020

"The first bricks of Hogwarts were laid in a flat in Clapham Junction", she confirmed.

Rowling published The Philosopher's Stone, the first book from the sensationally popular novel series-turned-film franchise, in 1997.

Rowling admitted is fairly correct, although - she stated that she did spend a big period of time writing in Nicholsons' Cafe (which, she stated, is now a Chinese language restaurant).

JK Rowling has taken to Twitter for a dose of nostalgia, looking back on an old favourite spot of hers where she penned a good deal of Harry Potter.

Rowling said rumors about her motivation for Hogwarts also missed the mark.

It is not an exaggeration to say that the seven-book series swept up a generation of children, and more after that, with its depiction of orphaned Harry Potter, who discovers not only that he is a wizard, but that his destiny is connected to the villainous Lord Voldemort. "But I'm perennially amused by the idea that Hogwarts was directly inspired by attractive places I saw or visited, because it's so far from the truth", she apparently said.

The author has also shared a photo from a bookstore in Porto, Portugal, and responds to the owners' claims that it was an inspiration to Harry Potter.

She did acknowledge that she wrote in a cafe in Rua Santa Catarina, Portugal. "This was probably the nicest coffee I've ever written in, actually".

I generally hear Hogwarts was primarily based on one or different of Edinburgh's colleges, however that's 100% false, too.

Harry Potter's expansion to HBO will establish the first occasion when that every one of the nine of the movies set in J.K. Rowling's wizarding world will air on a solitary system (unedited and business free), just as the first occasion when that the whole establishment is accessible on a solitary gushing help. Hogwarts was created lengthy earlier than I clapped eyes on any of them! "I finished the Hallows at Balmoral, and I can't lie, I would rate it a little higher than Bournville".

In "Absolute Nonsense About Potter Milestones", Rowling said people who go to the parking meter used in Edinburgh when writing "Deathly Hallows" were his favorite. "I was mostly sitting in places I could get a cheap coffee/could afford the rent & making it all up", she confirmed.

Unfortunately, when it comes to any spoilers about the upcoming work, Dumbledore is disappointed: "Whoa, Earwax".

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