Hold on to your seats, everybody! In an interview with BBC News about her new book, The Casual Vacancy, J.K. Rowling admits she is tempted to write more Harry Potter in the future.
Rowling explains that two of the seven Harry Potter novels, though she doesn’t specify which, felt like they “needed another year.” She says that many times she had to “write on the run,” and so she didn’t manage to write in everything she wanted.
When speaking of the two novels in question, Rowling said, “I read them, and think, ‘Oh God, maybe I’ll go back and do a director’s cut,’ I don’t know.”
This is not the first time that J.K. Rowling has admitted she would like to expand more on the Harry Potter books, but it seems like maybe she does have something in mind after all.
Watch the full video of the interview, where JKR discusses Potter, her life, and The Casual Vacancy, here.
What do you think? Should we expect another Harry Potter book in the future? Are you excited about the thought of unwritten stories? What books might she have in mind to expand? Let us know all your thoughts in the comments!