By Jo Rowling


I post everything written in JK Rowling's handwriting, as well as pictures drawn by her.
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Prints from ‘The Tales of Beedle The Bard' by JK Rowling

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This woman’s gonna kill me.

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J.K. Rowling Reads:
The Vanishing Glass

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J.K. Rowling Reads:
The Fountain of Fair Fortune

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Title: J.K. Rowling tells the story of Violet Tillyman 266 plays


"Although generally reliable, mistakes can happen. Speaking the name of the destination loudly and clearly upon entering the Floo flames is sometimes difficult, due to ash, heat and panic. The most notorious instance of accidental misdirection happened in 1855 when, after a particularly nasty row with her husband, witch Violet Tillyman leapt into the living room fire and cried, between sobs and hiccups, that she wanted to go to her mother’s house.

Several weeks later, with no clean pots in the house and his socks in urgent need of washing, her husband Albert decided that it was time she came home, and took the Floo Network to his mother-in-law’s. To his surprise, she claimed that Violet had never arrived. Albert, a suspicious man and a bit of a bully, raged, stormed and searched the house, but his mother-in-law appeared to be telling the truth. A poster campaign and a series of articles in the Daily Prophet later, Violet had still not been found. Nobody seemed to know where she was and nobody had seen her come out of any other fireplace. For several months after her disappearance, people were afraid to take the Floo Network, in case it simply vanished them into thin air. However, time passed, memories of Violet faded, and nobody else disappeared, so the wizarding community continued as usual. Albert Tillyman returned grumpily to his house, learned cleaning and darning spells, and never used the Floo Network again for fear of what it had done to his wife.

It was not until twenty years later, after Albert’s death, that Violet Tillyman resurfaced. Due to the incoherent way she had spoken when she had entered the Floo Network, she had not emerged from her mother’s fireplace, but that of Myron Otherhaus, a handsome wizard who lived in Bury St Edmunds. In spite of Violet’s tear-stained, ash-covered and blotchy appearance, it had been love at first sight when she toppled out of his fire, and Myron, Violet and their seven children lived happily ever after.”

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On September 27th of 2012, at Queen Hall in London, I met J.K. Rowling. She was releasing her book The Casual Vacancy. After a public reading from the first chapter, she had a book signing, at which point I asked her to sign my arm, rather than my copy of the book. Being a kindly person, she did both. This is my favorite of my tattoos. 

(The second picture is in the London Tube, heading back to my hostel after the signing. I was seriously so overjoyed that I cried).

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