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Meet Rose Granger-Weasley - Chaser of the Gryffindor Quidditch team. 

So! Here is my attempt at painting the lovely Rosie as what I, personally, see her to be. 

Don’t mind the Nimbus 2019. Im really bad at math so I horribly calculated an estimation as to what year her broom would probably be.. even though it is most definately, probably, wrong.. Considering I didnt factor in the 4 years and…. too much math. I tried. :)

Prints of this here! (x) Use code JOUST20 to get 20% off 

Credence Theory

Credence Barebone ‘died’ in December 1926.
A world away, on December 31, 1926, Tom Riddle Jr. is born.
Only a wisp of Credence’s obscurus is left after he is attacked

From the original screenplay:
“As Newt follows Madam Picquery’s gaze, he sees a tendril of black matter, a small part of the Obscurus, floating down through the roof. Unnoticed by anyone else, it eventually floats up and away, trying to reconnect with its host.”



For those who don’t know, she reached out to Queen Rowling to personally write expecto patronum for her so she could put it over her scars, so when she is sad she will be deterred from harming herself again
This is the most beautify story
Jo Rowling is a blessing in these dark times, and I hope for the best for the girl who got the tattoo

I met a man a couple of years ago who had grown up with a huge amount of money. And he said to me in passing, “You know, money is not the most important thing.” Which is both true, and profoundly ignorant. Because when you have no money, it is absolutely the most important thing. Only someone who has never had to worry can make a statement like that.
—  J.K. Rowling

literature meme | 6 prose writers [1/6] J. K. Rowling

Born in Yate, Gloucestershire, Rowling was working as a researcher and bilingual secretary for Amnesty International when she conceived the idea for the Harry Potter series on a delayed train from Manchester to London in 1990. The seven-year period that followed entailed the death of her mother, divorce from her first husband and poverty until Rowling finished the first novel in the series, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (1997). Rowling subsequently published 6 sequels—the last, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (2007)—as well as 3 supplements to the series. In 2012, Rowling parted with her agency and resumed writing in the form of a tragicomedy novel aimed at adult readership, entitled The Casual Vacancy. Rowling has said she is currently working on two books—one aimed for adults, the other for children younger than the Harry Potter audience, and she expects the latter to be published first.

Okay, I had this major realization reading Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows last night. Harry, Voldemort and Snape represent the Three Brothers from The Tales of Beedle the Bard.

[ I ] Voldemort being the one who wanted the wand to defeat anyone that could bring death to him. [ I ]

[ O ] Snape being the one who wanted to rejoin his long lost love. [ O ]

 [ ∆ ] And Harry being the one who greeted death as his friend. [ ∆ ]

So I’ve only read Deathly Hallows like three or four times now, but it’s been awhile. So my mind promptly exploded. There are of course numerous things that the three have in common as well.

Don’t we love literature? And don’t we love Harry Potter? And J. K. Rowling?