I'm a Classics graduate and have been writing for over three years. Hopefully going to go into novel writing some day. I'm mostly interested in theme parks and roller coasters - I've been on 300 coasters and plan on going on lots more!
Since the books and the films were released, the franchise hasn't exactly fizzled out...we've had theme park lands, a sequel stage play and a three-part spin-off film series set within the Potter universe long before Harry was even born. So we ask: is J.K. Rowling milking the Harry Potter franchise a bit too much?
Even though the critics weren't exactly favourable to the books, they still managed to become one of the biggest literary success in recent years. So just how did Fifty Shades of Grey become so successful?
Most social media networks require that users be at least 13 years old to sign up, yet the majority of youngsters between the ages of 10 and 12 are signed up to at least one social media site. The question is: should social media networks scrap their age restrictions?
A lot of the time, charitable acts by celebrities are publicised in the media and the reaction isn't always positive because some people think celebrities shouldn't publicise their charity work? What do you think - should celebrities publicise charity work or not?