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Harry Potter fans, we have news. JK Rowling did not start writing the series in Edinburgh

Harry Potter fans, we have news

When a scholarly character gets renowned, a great deal of accounts are spun around its inception, which add to the legend. JK Rowling’s acclaimed Harry Potter is one of them and for long, perusers accepted that Edinburgh was where Rowling began keeping in touch with her dream arrangement. Truth be told, The Elephant House Cafe there is viewed as the consecrated spot where the writer began composing the main novel.

Be that as it may, in an ongoing tweet Rowling has scattered every one of those convictions. Noting an oft-asked inquiry, she expressed, “I was considering putting an area on my site pretty much all the supposed motivations and origination of Potter. I’d been composing Potter for quite a while before I at any point set foot in this bistro, so it’s not the origination, however I did write in there so we’ll allow them to off!”

She at that point proceeded to further to say, “For example, I never visited this bookshop in Oporto. Never at any point knew about its reality! It’s delightful and I wish I had visited it, yet it has nothing to do with Hogwarts!”

Lastly, she uncovered the genuine origination of Harry Potter and well, it’s London. “This is the genuine origin of Harry Potter, in the event that you characterize ‘origination’ as the spot where I put pen to paper for the first time.* I was leasing a room in a level over what was then a games shop. The main blocks of Hogwarts were laid in a level in Clapham Junction.”

In a progression of tweets, she referenced the genuine spots that saturated her fiction. For example, a structure in Manchester helped her develop Quidditch.

Breaking some more hearts, she proceeded to uncover that as opposed to prevalent thinking, Hogwarts did not depend on of Edinburgh’s schools. “I some of the time hear Hogwarts depended on one or other of Edinburgh’s schools, yet that is 100% bogus, as well. Hogwarts was made well before I set eyes on any of them! I finished Hallows in the Balmoral, however, and I can’t lie, I’d rate it a smidge higher than the Bournville.”

Also, there is a slippery piece of backstory on Severus Snape. It was an indication that made it in her book. “Genuine Harry Potter motivation alert: I strolled past this sign each day on my approach to work when I was living in Clapham. A lot later – post-distribution – I returned to the zone and out of nowhere understood THIS was the reason ‘Severus’ had jumped into my head when thinking about a first name for Snape.”