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Rereading Harry Potter & the Goblet of Fire as an Adult

I forgot about the great detail of the Riddle family in the beginning and what happened to them. It's such a great part of the story for more insight into how truly terrible Tom Riddle read full review visit my blog!

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ReReading Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban as an Adult

Observations, things I forgot about or didn't catch as a kid, favorite quotes, and more. There's much to share when you're rereading Harry Potter as an adult!

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Book Review: Rereading “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” as an Adult

Observations, things I forgot about, things I noticed this time around as an adult that I missed as a kid. There's so much that goes on when rereading my childhood favorite!


Rereading Harry Potter as an Adult

Harry Potter is one of those stories you can read over and over again. I was eleven when the first book came out so it was especially magical for me to grow up with the trio, the same age as them. I read through the entire series as it came out, once more as a fresh twenty-something in college, and now I have reread the first one as a 34 year old wife and mom. It's funny how when your perspective changes the stories seem to change as well. I find myself relating and listening more to the teachers and adults in the stories than the kids, which is great because they have some really fantastic wisdom to impart. I wanted to share my journey of rereading Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone as an adult with you, sharing the things I forgot about and also the things I noticed as an adult that I didn't notice as a kid.

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Fan Fiction: Do You Read it?

how many people out there really do read fan fiction? Because I have to admit, I am not one of them. But it interests me. Have you ever read Harry Potter fan fiction and what's your thoughts on it?