As the site gains in popularity, we are getting mentions in books, magazines and newspapers as well as on the net.
We`ve been mentioned in the book "A Muggle's Guide to the Wizarding World: Exploring the HARRY POTTER Universe", as well as "Potter`s world". A book by one of our very own fanfic authors here at HPFF, Linda Green.
Several newspapers have mentioned the site as well. The latest being the UK`s "Sunday Telegraph" which ran an item in it`s July 15th magazine supplement, praising a certain Logical Raven for having " writing sharper than that of his mentor [JK Rowling] "
While I am sure Logical is thrilled at the mention, I would like to point out the he is in fact a she
I`ve put a little taster of the article below. The full article can be found here.
The article was also carried by "Scientific American"
And his writing is sharper than that of his mentor, but then it is not hard to improve on the flat prose of J K. In fact, it is quite possibly because her own style is so bland that her readers feel able to play with her characters, format and eye for detail. (It would be a tougher job by far to extract Violet, Klaus and Sunny Baudelaire from the intricate and ironic sentences of Lemony Snicket’s Series of Unfortunate Events).
If J K Rowling were to read the works of Logical Raven, how could she avoid feeling, if not destroyed by her own creation, at least a little mauled by his claws?