LONDON — Two new books from the Harry Potter universe are set to be released as part of a British exhibition that celebrates the 20th anniversary of the launch of the series.
Paula Hawkins scored a literary smash out of the gates after her debut thriller “The Girl on the Train” sold 19 million copies and was adapted into a box office-topping hit film starring Emily Blunt.
J.K. Rowling has apologized to Harry Potter fans for killing off the late Alan Rickman’s character Professor Severus Snape on the anniversary of the Battle of Hogwarts.
Diana Bishop has covered a lot of stories as a broadcast journalist with some of the largest media outlets.
Lilly Singh — AKA Superwoman — has earned her name.
Local author Christine Ellen Law was at Chapters Barrie on Saturday signing copies of her recently published book Hugh's of Blue. The historical fiction piece is her first published book.