Multiple Sclerosis, a debilitating disease that attacks the central nervous system, hits home to author JK Rowling who lost her mother at 45 to the disease. Just recently, the author made a donation equivalent to approximately 18 million dollars to the center named after her mother.
The donations will be used for more research on the disease at Scotland’s University of Edinburgh clinic.
Meanwhile, JK Rowling got Harry Potter fans riled up days ago when she tweeted something that seemed to many as a Harry Potter sequel. It looked a bit like this…
Well, exactly like this.
People were freaking out about this tweet until they finally realized, and still freaked out, when the tweet meant that Harry Potter and the Cursed Child would end up in Times Square at Lyric Theater. Of course, fans were there for it, and it looked like a marvelous time.
What is preparing for release on October 8th is the new edition of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, illustrated in full color by Jim Kay.