J.K. Rowling has added more to her Harry Potter online universe, Pottermore.
And for the first time, it's not just words -- it's also music.
Rowling has written a 500-word story about Celestina Warbeck, the "singing sorceress" who is mentioned in the Harry Potter novels. The story includes, a press release from Pottermore promises, "colourful new details about Celestina's early years, career highlights and tumultuous personal life."
Rowling has called Warbeck "one of my favorite 'off-stage' characters in the whole series."
In addition to Rowling's piece about Warbeck, one of the singing sorceress' songs has been posted on Pottermore: "You Stole My Cauldron But You Can't Have My Heart." It's the first time that Rowling has posted a song on the website.
Warbeck appears as brief mentions in "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" (book 2), "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" (book 6), "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" (book 7).
But the addition of her back story has less to do with the books than it does the extension of Harry Potter into the real world.
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