July 18th, 2007


Final Harry Potter novel leaked to the web!

Yeah, I know... big surprise. The most evil part about it is that people have been leaking spoilers to the web, in some cases deliberately disguising them as something else. Someone did exactly this on the World of Warcraft forums, I hear. 
They were booted from the forums, as you might suspect. 

Seeing that people can't wait, I will now leak the last page of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows", which reveals many of the most important secrets to its creation.

It says... 


book was art
directed by David Saylar.
 The art for both the jacket and the
interior was created using pastels on toned
printmaking paper. The text was set in 12-point Adobe
Garamond, a typeface based on the 16th Century type designs
of Claude Garamond, redrawn by Robert Slimback in 1989. The book was
typeset by Brad Walrod and was printed and bound at Quebecor
World Fairfield in Fairfield, Pennsylvania. The Managing
Editor was Karyn Browne, the Continuity
Editor was Cheryl Klein, and the
Manufacturing Director
was Angela 


So, there you go. Now you know the important secrets that went into making "The Deathly Hollows". 

Now go write your own book... or, alternately, wait until Midnight on Friday, get in line, and buy Ms. Rowling's book like everyone else!