Potterverse kept Alive
This is an intro to the World of James Potter. A Cover Fiction written to keep the world J.K. Rowling created alive. There is only one book available now and the second on September 1st. We hope fans will enjoy this tribute/continuation to a great story.
JPHEC came out in December of 2007 via www.elderscrossing.com. It was released one chapter a day for twenty-one days. Since its release, the story has been translated into several languages and achieved a rather remarkably large and diverse world-wide audience. As of this writing, JPHEC has been viewed by an estimated million-plus readers around the world. Even before the story’s release, elderscrossing.com received massive international broadcast news coverage because of the quality of the graphics and the supporting media. After much controversy, the author of JPHEC spoke directly to Ms. Rowling via her agent and offered her an advance copy of the story. Upon viewing it, Ms. Rowling announced that she supported stories such as James Potter and the Hall of Elders’ Crossing, and had no intention whatsoever of preventing the story from being released.
In response to the popularity of JPHEC, and the remarkably positive feedback it received, the author, G. Norman Lippert, decided to move ahead with his plan to write a sequel. Titled James Potter and the Curse of the Gatekeeper, the sequel will pick up exactly where book one left off, but with the addition of new characters Albus Potter, Rose Weasley, Scorpius Malfoy, and others. Equally ambitious in scope and plot, JPCG is slated for release in September of 2008