The book was written as a supplement to fill the void after Deathly Hallows, and received eventual approval from Rowling herself.
Rowling has said, "I find it very flattering that people love the characters that much." She has adopted a positive position on fan fiction, unlike authors such as Anne Mc Caffrey or Anne Rice who discourage fans from writing about their books and have asked sites like Fan Fiction.
A well-known work of fan fiction is The Shoebox Project, created by two Live Journal users.
Over 8500 people subscribe to the story so that they are alerted when new posts update the story.
The attorneys have sent cease and desist letters to sites that host adult material.
Tracey "T" Proctor, a moderator of Fiction Alley.org, a Harry Potter fanfiction website, said 'I don't really get into the children's aspect of it, but rather the teachers, the adult characters.
The first show featured interviews with Stuart Craig, art director of the films, as well as Bonnie Wright, who plays Ginny Weasley.
A Bridal Guide featured two real weddings soon before the release of the final movie, which quickly spread through the fandom via Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr.
The craze over the series was referenced in Lauren Weisberger's 2003 novel The Devil Wears Prada as well as its 2006 film adaptation.
British staff member Jamie Lawrence tells a British joke of the week, and host Andrew Sims reads an email sent to Muggle Net with a strange request or incoherent talk (dubbed "Huh?! Muggle Cast is currently the highest rated Harry Potter Podcast on the Internet.
The Muggle Cast website will continue to serve as a resource for other Harry Potter fans who want to rediscover the show.