You can read the story in Mugglenet, and get the news:
This is not a new book, but it is something equally exciting. As a teaser before the official announcement, ten letters have been hidden on this website for you to find. To locate them you just need to enter ten individual coordinates in the search box and explore.
I wanna be fast right now and show you the 10 letters, so the way I get them will be for the next post (I didn’t do anything bad, only checking Ajax post in my browser and then decrypt some codes).
Here are the letters in the order they appear:
T, E, O, O, R, P, E, T, R, M
Any thoughts about their meaning? Leave in the comments!
As our commenter Sarah says, PotterMore will be possibly a new forum/chat/online community for the Potter Fandom. If you google about it, you will get Warner Bros. made that name a trademark, and it descrives it as being a “Providing multiple-user access to a global computer information network; providing on-line chat rooms and electronic bulletin boards for transmission of messages among users in the field of general interest; providing on-line communications links which transfer the web site user to other local and global web pages; providing on-line facilities for real-time interaction with other computer users concerning topics of general interest.” Also, it was registered in others countries like Brazil and Argentina, not only United Kingdom. And the domain names for them, as PotterMore.com, PotterMore.com.ar, PotterMais.com.br are also registered by entities as Christopher Little Literary Agency (in Argentina, at least). Becky Watkins says it could be a MMORPG, which makes a lot of sense.
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