Agree? Disagree? And don’t forget: tomorrow I start a 5 part series analyzing Harry Potter!! Don’t miss it!

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And be sure to check out my blog series where I analyze J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter.

The series starts Sunday – tomorrow – and runs through Thursday.

I think you’re going to be very very surprised at my findings. 



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9 thoughts on “Agree? Disagree? And don’t forget: tomorrow I start a 5 part series analyzing Harry Potter!! Don’t miss it!

  1. I’v decided story ideas are like dating. You can make a decent run at at a relationship with a wide variety of people, assuming you put in the time, but most of the time you choose not to. You wait for the “perfect” mate.
    Story ideas are the same, you could write a novel, short story, soliloquy with a wide variety of story ideas and have a good chance of a good piece assuming you put in the time. But most people don’t.

    1. I don’t know…

      I come up with lots and lots of story ideas and I throw them in a file to be dealt with later. I don’t know how I would do that with dates. Sounds kind of “Silence Of The Lambs”ish

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