Daily Archives: November 10, 2011

Literary Life Begins at 50 – The Best Age to Write a Best-Seller, Study Finds

(PRWEB) May 13, 2005

50 years-old may be a good age for a mid-life crisis but it is also the perfect age to publish a novel designed to become a best-seller, according to a study of best-selling novels and their authors over the past half-century.

Hands On: LEGO Harry Potter Years 5-7

Hands On: LEGO Harry Potter Years 5-7
At some point in the last few years some genius at Traveller's Tales thought of putting LEGO and the Harry Potter world into one game. The result is another superb interaction in the world of LEGO games The first Harry Potter game focused on Harry's
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Game relives agic of Harry otter's sport
Think quidditch is a game for Harry Potter nerds? Think again, say fans of the sport, which combines speed, strength and mischief. For some students, quidditch is a way to relive the magic of JK Rowling's Harry Potter books.
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First Look at 'Hunger Games' Trailer: Next Young Adult Phenomenon?
The Hunger Games is a popular book series written by Suzanne Collins and it has now been made into a feature film that will be premiering in March, 2012. First, Harry Potter was hugely popular among children and young adults in the literature world.
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Retail backs away from Skyrim discounting
games this year or whether the likes of Zelda: Skyward Sword, Super Mario 3D Land, Need for Speed: The Run, Assassin's Creed: Revelations, Zumba Fitness 2, Halo: Anniversary, Mario Kart 7, Star Wars: The Old Republic, LEGO Harry Potter and Saints
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Party pays tribute to Harry Potter

Party pays tribute to Harry Potter
Cooing softly in the hallway, two live owls were on display courtesy of Prairie Park Nature Center. Guests posed for a picture with a cardboard cutout of Ron Weasley, tested their Harry Potter knowledge in a trivia contest and sat at the table of their
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SeaWorld Orlando announces new attractions
Dennis Speigel, a Cincinnati-based theme park consultant, characterized SeaWorld's expansion plans as "a big move on their part. It follows suit with what Universal did with Harry Potter and what Disney is doing with some of their properties.
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Using Chase's Ultimate Rewards for a great redemption other than airline miles
My son recently finished reading the entire Harry Potter series, so it's a natural that we should want to go to Universal's Wizarding World of Harry Potter while we're there. I've been frustrated, though, by how expensive the Universal Studios tickets
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Latest Harry Potter Pdf News

What Netflix's Turmoil Means for You
The shift is apparent all over, from the recent launch of the Ultraviolet movie storage cloud to the announcement Monday that Warner Bros. will soon take all 'Harry Potter' discs off the shelves, but continue to sell streaming and digital copies of the
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Dear DC Comics, Why Have You Forsaken Us? (Not Really)
When Barnes & Noble was asked about JK Rowling's decision to only offer the Harry Potter digital downloads through her own website, Pottermore, a Barnes & Noble spokeswoman was quoted as saying “that case is not the same,” and that it would continue
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Why the 'Twilight' Saga Will End With a Whimper

Why the 'Twilight' Saga Will End With a Whimper
But even that lofty figure can't compete with the 8.3 million copies of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" that were moved on its first day of release back in July 2007. There's no question that those same fans will be lining up to see "Breaking
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Increditable! IMF's Lagarde Joins China's Top Microblogging Site
Other non-Chinese celebrities with verified accounts on the service include Tom Cruise, Bill Gates, “Harry Potter” star Emma Watson and indie rockers Radiohead. “Sina Weibo gets a lot of face – Lagarde is here,” wrote Weibo user Xiejia Panpan,
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POTTERMORE: It all ends here … or does it?
You can brew potions, befriend other site users, shop in Diagon Alley, and post your own Harry Potter artwork for others to see. You can also try your hand at dueling, earning house points with every victory. "I think Pottermore would appeal to many
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