J.K. Rowling Says Hermione Should Have Ended Up With Harry Potter, Not Ron

What’s done is done, I guess. I, for one, was a “Harry-Hermione” fanatic, but turns out it didn’t really broke my heart the way other fans would have (or did). I thought of the whole thing as something that I should have expected. (Though, shocking)

But with this apology, this is what surprised me the most: The author really admitted that it was a mistake. I don’t know if it would be a big deal (especially for HP fans) but, I guess we can’t say a lot has not been amused with how fans already accepted the Granger-Weasley team up and the author apologizing at how it was a mistake years after the last movie.

From what I heard, there’s another fantasy novel J.K. Rowling’s going to write (or have been published) which, they said, would be inside the whole ‘Harry Potter’ universe.

Can’t wait at how this starts. 🙂

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Well, everything you thought you knew about love is a lie. Turns out J.K. Rowling thinks she made a huge mistake by pairing Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley in the Harry Potter novels. Hermione really should have married Harry, the author said in a recent interview for the upcoming issue of Wonderland magazine, guest-edited by Emma Watson.

Here’s what Rowling said, in excerpts printed by British newspaper The Sunday Times:

“I wrote the Hermione/Ron relationship as a form of wish fulfillment,” she says. “That’s how it was conceived, really. For reasons that have very little to do with literature and far more to do with me clinging to the plot as I first imagined it, Hermione ended up with Ron.”

Rowling said she knew this admission would upset many Harry Potter diehards, and offered the following apology:

“I know, I’m sorry,” she continued, “I can hear the rage and…

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