Friday, February 2, 2007

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - JULY 21 NA!!!

I interrupt my hiatus from this blog to say that I'm so, so, SO HAPPY to hear the news about the release of Harry Potter book 7!!!

I'm excited, but a little bit sad, that the series is about to end. And I'm glad that I was able to persuade two more people about how fantastic the Harry Potter books are! Actually, I just lend my copies, but full credit still goes to J.K. Rowling for writing the books. =)

I'll be the first in line when Powerbooks starts accepting reservations! Woo hoo! =)

(just appropriate to use this sign off again.)

[updates on my blog soon! promise =)]

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