Come on JK Rowling, you can do it. Write a series about the past at Hogwarts, tell us about the years when Tom was a student, and Hagrid, and Dumbledore taught transfiguration. Or the years when Harry's parents and Snape and Serius and Lupine and on and on. Or go into the future and give us the world you hinted at in the end of book 7.
Pick up your magic quill and set the tip onto parchment and begin.
How can I tell you to write when my keyboard has bee used exclusively for refreshing the pottermore page and tweeting? I have a commitment to finish another book in August. Not a Duffy Barkley book this time, but a book about two girls traveling on the Oregon trail, 150 years apart but sometimes able to see each other's journals in the lapdesk that they both own. It is a magical box made by the Pharaoh's carpenter.
Why do I need to write it this month? Because I am signed up to write it during the month of August for CampNaNoWriMo. A month to write 50,000 words. Yep, that NaNoWriMo site is where all my novels are conceived.
Let me share the prologue about the box. From a book tentatively titled, Double Time on the Oregon Trail. Here you go.