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littlemikey979 10/3/2010 12:57:12 PM

First off, IF Rowling is finished with the series she is not going to say anything before the final movies come out and piss off the HP fans. That would be just plain stupid. I agree Jarrod, there is not way she will ever need more $$, I know everyone has heard about the Hogwarts theme park for one. It would be nice if she did continue to scribe more Potter books. Since it was her fans that make her one of the wealthiest people on the planet, she could at least use a ghost writer to pop out a few more books for them/us. 

More book will alway be possible, unless something happens like with the Twilight author and her book gets leaked early and she refuses to finish it.

wessmith1966 10/3/2010 3:16:08 PM

Jarrod...The one thing you're forgetting is how greedy we are as a species. You used George Lucas as an example of how the uber rich do things because they want to do them, not for the money. Do you honestly think ALL the versions of his first trilogy were released just because he wanted to do it? No, it was done because he knew Star Wars junkies would buy every single version released. This one has better sound; this one has new effects; this one has better sound with the original effects; this one has better sound with new effects and extra scenes; this nauseum. One constant of the rich is that they want to have more. Yes, many give billions to charity, but that doesn't mean they still don't want to make more money. Rowling will keep releasing little teasers about another book until the publisher finally backs up a couple of Brinks trucks to her front door. If there's one thing you can count on in life; the rich always want to be richer.

Tonebone 10/3/2010 5:06:43 PM

I really don't believe writing more books would have anything to with the money. Sure, its a byproduct naturally and I am sure she wouldn't say no. I am willing to give her the benefit of the doubt seeing as by her novels, she clearly loves the characters and the universe.

As for what the books would be about, I too would love to see a novels based on either Aurors, maybe some kind of prequel involving the Mauraders (or at least a series of stories involving each of their adventures), or a story involving one of the other schools either featured (Durmstrang and Beauxbaton) or alluded to. I remember  in Goblet of Fire, they mentioned witches from a school or something in Salem in, obviously in Massachusetts. That would be fun, seeing as I am a Boston native

evilbeagle 10/3/2010 5:29:58 PM

Fellas, complaining about her returning to the Wizarding World is just rediculous.  Jarrod brought up a lot of good examples.  Do we complain that Stephen King keeps writing horror novels?  If she writes more, I will read them because she is a good writer and the stories are interesting.  I like Hanso's ideas, although I am a little tired of prequels. I'll trust whatever the lady puts on paper! 

animefanjared 10/3/2010 9:54:58 PM

As a huge Potter fan, I don't know how I feel about this.  One of the things I like about the books is that they were conceived as a seven novel saga, and she fulfilled that promise.  The only way I think this would be successful is if any new books were sidestories or prequels.  Doing anything with Harry, Ron, and Hermione after the fall of Voldemort would just seem anticlimatic.  Doing a new series with their kids is so obvious (and would be so precariously close to a retread) that I think she should stay far away from that idea.

I think prequels would be the way to go.  It would be interesting to find out more about Hogwarts before Harry, like more backstory on his parents or Dumbledore's many adventures.  Or another idea a fellow fan pitched to me which I think would be brilliant is to set any new books at one of the other magic schools.  We'd get a change of scenery and learn more about the magic world.  They could be set after the seven existing books, or happen concurrently, and we could see how all the trouble in England affects the world at large.

I do believe that Rowling will only write more books if she feels inspired to.  She's not going to run out of money.  She's got a ton of it, and unlike some celebrities doesn't seem to spend it on outlandish extravagances.

gandalfthegrey6 10/4/2010 7:19:13 PM

I would like to see a book / movie on the life of Albus Dumbledore, maybe culminating with his famous duel with Gridelwald.  And as a sequel .  And maybe see the various characters through the years pass through Hogwarts in the events leading up to the series.

Of course I would like to see the old gang again

Whiskeymovie 10/5/2010 5:52:27 AM

The last line of Deathly Hallows, to me, is very open ended.....The scar had not pained Harry for nineteen years. All was well.......all she has to do is say the scar started hurting again or some shit.....I hope she does do something new in time....I love this series.

todd890 10/5/2010 7:51:36 AM

What I would like to see is a trilogy prequel based on the finding fathers of Hogwarts. Sure there are stories about them, I just think it would be cool to see them in action and build up ward. Show casing, different periods before Harry got on the scene.

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