A March 2007 study showed that “Sports fans dating sites Potter” is the most searched, archived from the original on 27 February 2013. Prior to the publication of Deathly Hallows, wizarding World of Harry Potter Will be ‘Open at the Close’ for a Special Fan Event”.
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And for some reason it is not configured properly. By the fourth Harry Potter book, the legions of fans had grown so large that considerable security measures were taken to ensure that no book was purchased before the official release date. The Fandom Fan Diaries: Wizard’s Gone W! Potter fans wait in lines outside a Borders bookstore for their copy of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
Pottermania is an informal term first used around 1999 describing the craze Harry Potter fans have had over the series. Fans held midnight parties to celebrate the release of the final four books at bookstores which stayed open on the night leading into the date of the release. Diehard fans of the series are called “Potterheads”.
Some even theme their weddings around Harry Potter. The craze over the series was referenced in Lauren Weisberger’s 2003 novel The Devil Wears Prada as well as its 2006 film adaptation. There are many fan web sites about Harry Potter on the Internet, the oldest ones dating to about 1997 or 1998.
In 2004, after Immeritus, Rowling bestowed the honour upon four sites. In 2005, only The Leaky Cauldron was honored. In Rowling’s words, “it is about the worst kept secret on this website that I am a huge fan of The Leaky Cauldron,” which she calls a “wonderfully well designed mine of accurate information on all things Harry Potter.