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- @MattFnWallace It's ok, I guess it means I can start reading tonight instead of waiting until work tomorrow :P ~ 5 months ago
- @MattFnWallace <3 Thank you so much for your reply ^_^ Sin du Jour is one of my favourite series and I'm so excited to read the next one!! ~ 5 months ago
- @MattFnWallace Noooo!! I loved them so much!! Corey Gagne did such a great job, and I was looking forward to listening at work tomorrow ;_; ~ 5 months ago
- @MattFnWallace Do you know if there'll be an audio book version of Idle Ingredients? :) ~ 5 months ago
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Hey guys! In celebration of Jo releasing a new book, we’ve re-recorded and re-mastered For Jo and we’ve made it available for free download 🙂 Just wrock on over here and get your copy!
Ok dudes, this is a thing now! Sherlock Rock (SherRock) is happening because let’s face it, how could it not? I’m writing/recording a song at the moment about the Reichenbach Falls, though it doesn’t have a name yet (suggestions for … Continue reading
Farewell, 2011. I’ll miss you. Yo! 2012, man! How’re you doing? Good? Good. Plans for New Year include making more songs, updating this blog more often (‘orz), and just generally doing more Wizard Rock. I’m at college and the course … Continue reading
We managed to get into the Pottermore beta!!! I’m so excited 😀 I’m not sure how the community aspect of Pottermore works or how much we’ll be able to interact with other people, but our usernames are MagicFrog206 for Georgia … Continue reading
FINALLY! It’s been a whole week since the movie came out and now I have seen it! Hooray! After a bit of drama in the cinema where we discovered people had taken our seats claiming they didn’t know it was … Continue reading
4 years ago today, Deathly Hallows was released. That was definitely a day of mixed emotions – excitement, sadness, foreboding, happiness, all rolled into one. For one thing, it marked the end of the Harry Potter phenomenon. It was the … Continue reading