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Is J. K. Rowling writing another Harry Potter book?

17th June 2011

J. K. Rowling has set tongues wagging across the planet with the launch of a new website which suggests more wizarding adventures are in store.

The author asked Harry Potter fans to enter ten sets of coordinates into a website called secretstreetview.com, with the letters spelling out the name Pottermore – suggesting further escapades may be on the way.

Famous Harry Potter fansite the Leaky Cauldron has already been invited to take a sneak preview at the new website and was enthusiastic about what may lie ahead for Potter fans.

'It is one of the most amazing, engaging and breathtaking additions to this fandom imaginable,' the fansite added, sparking speculation that 2007's Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows may have a follow-up after all.

Last year, the Intellectual Property Office granted a trademark registration to film studio Warner Bros for the name Pottermore, which covers online games, chatrooms, film clips and literacy programmes – all of which may be featured on the new site.

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