A couple years ago when you released book 7 and we finished reading it, it was a bittersweet feeling…no, scratch that, it was a DEVASTATING feeling. Realizing there would be no more Harry Potter books was a feeling I do not want to remember. In fact, I still do, and it hurts. It hurts bad. We miss Harry a lot. We want to know how he’s doing and what’s going on in the wizarding world. We want to know how George and the Weasleys are holding up. We want to know about Teddy Lupin’s upbringing. We want a chapter on Ron and Hermione’s wedding and another one for Harry and Ginny’s. It’s a story we can’t just get enough of, we will always want more. It was very difficult to accept we wouldn’t read any more about this magical world we grew to love, actually, I’m sure many people are still getting over it. I know I am. And now, you bring us a wonderful and intriguing story about Dumbledore’s Army back together during the final match of the Quidditch World Cup and say you won’t write anything more about it…WHAT THE HELL IS THIS? Please don’t play with our feelings like that, how did Harry get that nasty cut on his cheek? We need more on that story, and I’m sure you have enough material to turn it into a book. I even have a name for it; Harry Potter and his new scar. Please don’t leave us like this, PLEASE GIVE US MORE.
I hope you think about it.