J.K. Rowling Releasing More 'Harry Potter' Short Stories Soon

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The last Harry Potter movie was released in 2011, but the boy wizard's big-screen adventures still captivate Facebook users; the movie's official Facebook page has more than 68.4 million fans, with roughly an equal number of supporters in the U.S. and Indonesia. 

Prepare to answer riddles in order to read them

Here's some news that is sure to delight all those Muggles out there.

Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling will be sharing new Potter short stories online this month. The works will be posted on official Harry Potter website Pottermore, which made the announcement Friday on its Facebook page. 

"Christmas is coming early to Pottermore," the message read. The site promises "a #PottermoreChristmas surprise every day," which includes "wonderful new writing by J.K. Rowling in Moments from Half-Blood Prince."

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In order to unlock the surprises, users will need to give correct responses to rhyming riddles.

According to fansite Snitchseeker, a Pottermore newsletter revealed that the stories would center on characters Draco Malfoy and Florean Fortescue.

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This is not the first time Rowling is sharing new writing on Pottermore. She wrote about Dolores Umbridge's backstory for Halloween.

Click here to read Pottermore's official announcement about the December stories.

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