Day 31 Potter Challenge. ❤

How did you come by Harry Potter and fall in love with it?

So I grew up relatively poor, we never had the money to have anything or treats but my parents did try and take us to the cinema when ever they could afford it. We seen this film in cinema and my mum is a sucker for magic. She literally cries at anything magical. And we all fell in love with the movie, every year my parents made sure we could go and see the next movies. And it became a family thing. Then this year I came across the whole book collection in a Bootsale for £5 and decided I was ready to face my fears and read… Reading has always been a downfall because I read slow and I’m very self conscious, but I was ready and I’m not as slow as I originally thought. I’m on the half blood Prince and I’m finding I want to slow down because I’m won’t know what to do with myself.


1 thought on “Day 31 Potter Challenge. ❤

  1. When I was 18, I was in Seattle visiting a friend from high school. I got to see a lot of the city, which was awesome, but there were also moments of downtime. During one of these times, my friend grabbed a copy of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone and shoved it in my hands, ordering me to read it. I had heard of Harry Potter, but to be honest, I had been avoiding reading it or watching any of the movies. I figured anything that could be that popular must be something lowbrow or overly simplistic. But with nothing better to do at that moment, I started reading. Next thing I knew, I was moving on to The Chamber of Secrets. By the time my visit was over, I had read all the way through Goblet of Fire, and we had watched the first two Potter movies. Needless to say, I was hooked.

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