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QUITE THE QUERY: K. Kazul Wolf and SUMMER THUNDER

  Posted by Amy Trueblood , 11 August 2017 · 80 views

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you ask any writer about the process of connecting with their agent (or publisher), the majority will say the most difficult part was querying. Not only the actual process of sending out the letters/emails, but formulating the query itself. In fact, I’ve heard more than a few authors say writing their query took them almost as long as drafting their book!

 

Some people have the talent of being able to summarize their book in a few sentences, but for those who don’t I wanted to provide a resource where writers could learn what works, and what doesn’t, in a query.

 

With that in mind, I’m pleased to share today’s successful query from K. Kazul Wolf. This great query connected her with her agent, Samantha Wekstein of Writers House.

 

 

Ava is on the run for a crime punishable by death: killing a dragon.

 

As a human-dragon hybrid, Ava has never doubted the godlike dragons’ dominance. Her life has been sheltered beneath their stained-glass wings in the city in the sky — until she finds one devouring her father. Overcome with fear and panic, she lashes out and kills it. 

 

Hunted, she flees to the human desert below the floating city. Yet she’s not alone. Though he doesn’t know the crime she’s running from, Vito, the dragon Ava serves, refuses to abandon her to the harsh world of humans. Paired to be her master and she his caretaker, their friendship has always meant more than titles. 

 

The desert holds no sanctuary for them. The long-suffering ground dwellers are tired of having their water supply monopolized by the dragons above and want all dragon-kind dead — including Ava and Vito. Surrendering to the dragons isn’t an option with Vito by her side, and the rebellion has offered a tempting deal. They will keep Ava alive and hide her crime, but only if she reveals the weaknesses of dragon-kind and the secrets of her city. Ava must choose between her life and everything she once called home—including Vito, the closest thing to family she has left. 

 

SUMMER THUNDER is an upper YA fantasy complete at 80,000 words.

 

 

 

Fun Tidbit:

 

I signed with an agent for this novel not once, but twice! The first was immediately after my first time in Pitch Wars, and my agent left me and the business not long after that. Another book, another round in Pitch Wars, over 200 queries later and an R&R later, I signed with my fabulous agent, Samantha Wekstein of Writers House. Persistence is key!

 

 

K. Kazul Wolf (aka Bacon) is a fantasy author, Pitch Wars and #TeenPit mentor, leegndrary typoer, chef of all trades, and a dragon that prefers capturing cats and dogs as opposed to princesses. You can find her at her website, and on Twitter @Kazul9.

 



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QUITE THE QUERY- Cindy Baldwin and WHERE THE WATERMELONS GROW

  Posted by Amy Trueblood , 28 July 2017 · 14 views

 

 

 

 

 

If you ask any writer about the process of connecting with their agent (or publisher), the majority will say the most difficult part was querying. Not only the actual process of sending out the letters/emails, but formulating the query itself. In fact, I’ve heard more than a few authors say writing their query took them almost as long as drafting their book!

 

Some people have the talent of being able to summarize their book in a few sentences, but for those who don’t I wanted to provide a resource where writers could learn what works, and what doesn’t, in a query.

 

With that in mind, I’m pleased to share today’s successful query from Cindy Baldwin. This great query connected her with her agent, Elizabeth Harding at Curtis Brown, Ltd.

 

 

 

 

Twelve-year-old Della Kelly vividly remembers the last time her schizophrenic mama had a break with reality that put her into the mental hospital for three long months. But Mama’s on a new medication, and things have been better—until the night Della comes into the kitchen to find Mama obsessively cutting the seeds out of a watermelon, convinced they’ll get into her kids’ tummies and make them sick.

 

Panicked, Della resolves to do anything in her power to fix Mama’s broken brain. But when Mama’s delusions turn dangerous and an ambulance takes her away to the mental hospital an hour north, Della must work up the courage to seek help from the town’s resident eccentric, who claims to have a jar of magical honey that will help solve Della’s problems… even if it’s a solution that has more to do with healing Della’s heart than healing Mama’s brain.

 

If the honey works, Della might have a chance to finally let go of her own guilt—spurred by the deep-down knowledge that it was Della’s birth that brought the schizophrenia on in the first place—and learn to truly love her mama, sickness and all.

 

A SNICKER OF MAGIC meets THE THING ABOUT JELLYFISH in this Southern-flavored magical realism, which is a standalone with the potential for at least one companion novel. Although I don’t have schizophrenia myself, many of the themes in the novel are inspired by my lifelong struggle with serious illness (and my frustration with the number of people who have been certain they knew just what it would take to “cure” me!).

 

Complete at 42,000 words, WHERE THE WATERMELONS GROW won third place in middle grade division of the First Chapter contest at the LDStorymakers 2015 conference. My poetry and prose have been featured in several print and online publications, a complete list of which can be found at my website.

 

 

 

Fun tidbit: This was the third novel I’d queried, and shelving the first two had been really tough! For a few weeks, I was tempted to give up on writing altogether. Once I pulled myself out of the slump, though, my querying process for WHERE THE WATERMELONS GROW was quite quick (likely thanks to a good bit of success in the first #DVPit contest)! The query for this book didn’t change tremendously from first draft to last, mostly because I’d had a fair bit of practice already with the two books I’d queried before.

 

 

 

 

 

Cindy Baldwin is a fiction writer, essayist, and poet. She grew up in North Carolina and still misses the sweet watermelons and warm accents on a daily basis. As a middle schooler, she kept a book under her bathroom sink to read over and over while fixing her hair or brushing her teeth, and she dreams of writing the kind of books readers can’t bear to be without. She lives in Portland, Oregon with her husband and daughter, surrounded by tall trees and wild blackberries. Her debut novel, WHERE THE WATERMELONS GROW, will be released from HarperCollins Children’s Books in summer 2018. Find her on twitter @beingcindy and instagram @cindybaldwinbooks, and at www.cindybaldwinbooks.com.

 

 



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QUITE THE QUERY- Cindy Baldwin and WHERE THE WATERMELONS GROW

  Posted by Amy Trueblood , 28 July 2017 · 91 views

          If you ask any writer about the process of connecting with their agent (or publisher), the majority will say the most difficult part was querying. Not only the actual process of sending out the letters/emails, but formulating the query itself. In fact, I’ve heard more than a few authors say writing […]

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PitchWars 2017 – The Wishlist

  Posted by Amy Trueblood , 18 July 2017 · 8 views

 

 

 

 

 

PitchWars Mentoring: Year Two…

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

Yes! I’m so excited to be back for a second year as a PitchWars mentor. I will be mentoring YA again and I’m on the lookout for an amazing manuscript. Before I get to the nitty gritty details of my wishlist, here is a little about me beyond the regular bio…

 

 

 

 

Who am I?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I’m the youngest of five kids. At the dinner table, I had to claw (and sometimes bite) my way to an extra slice of bread or last scoop of chocolate chip ice cream (Yum!), so I’m prepared to battle for a story that transports me to another world, makes me feel all the feels, and has lush, beautiful writing.

 

I was a PitchWars mentee twice! First for a YA contemporary thriller, and then for a YA historical that will be my debut in March 2018! That year I did not go all the way through the process because I signed with an agent, but I did get feedback from, in my opinion, two of the most amazing writers in the YA category… Stacey Lee and Stephanie Garber.

 

Hmmm, what else can I share? I have a degree in Journalism and spent my first year out of college working in entertainment in Los Angeles. After that, I moved on to advertising and eventually landed in the world of books helping to promote stories coming onto the market via Ingram Book Group.

 

When I’m not writing, I’m worshipping at the altar of Netflix, binge-watching bad crime dramas or rewatching every episode of Sherlock ever made. I also love biking, running, Arnold Palmers (flavored iced tea mixed with lemonade) and Red Vines, (seriously not in that order!)

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

Why do I mentor?

 

This question is easy to answer. Since 2012, I’ve been writing this blog (Chasing The Crazies) about my ups and downs in publishing. Along the way, I created a few features I hoped would help writers with the process. After being in the query trenches more than once, I learned a thing or two and wanted to share that experience with other writers. All of this culminated in being asked to judge contests and eventually host one (Sun vs. Snow). So for me, being a Pitch Wars mentor was a natural choice. I love writing, revising, and editing and want to use my knowledge to help a fellow writer achieve their dream!

 

 

 

 

My Strengths:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Plotting

Pacing

Characterization

Dialogue

 

 

 

 

 

Communication Style:

 

Fair warning – I’m kind of an extrovert. I want to wave at you in person and gush over how much I love your story and your writing so at first I’d like to chat via Google Hangouts. At that time, we will discuss big picture issues. I also want to get a feel for what you’re struggling with in your manuscript and discuss the process moving forward. After that, we can continue to chat via video feed or can work via email and text, whichever you prefer.

 

 

 

What my mentee can expect?

 

Homework. Lots of homework at the beginning. I’m going to ask you to fill out a character questionnaire, walk me through your story beats, as well as chart the emotional arcs of your characters. Then I’m going to ask for a chapter-by-chapter summary to confirm each scene is necessary and moving your plot along. We will also have regular check-ins to chat about how you’re feeling about the process and discuss any issues that come up as you are revising.

 

 

 

 

What I’m looking for:

 

 

YA Contemporary (Any and all of it – but here are some of my favorites)

 

Complicated family dynamics like in WHEN DIMPLE MET RISHI

 

Sports-related drama in the vein of Miranda Kenneally’s Hundred Oaks series or Ginger Scott’s LIKE YOU duology

 

Sibling rivalry and support as seen in Huntley Fitzpatrick’s MY LIFE NEXT DOOR

 

Fish-out-of-water stories like ANNA and THE FRENCH KISS

 

Someone who has an unusual hobby that helps form their character

 

A setting different than a hometown that acts as a character in the book

 

Stories where friendship plays a main role

 

 

 

YA Historical

 

This is my love! Send me anything and everything, but I have specific interest in…

 

Lush dramas like Stacey Lee’s UNDER A PAINTED SKY

 

Clever storytelling combined with mystery as seen in GENTLEMAN’S GUIDE to VICE and VIRTUE

 

A twist on a well-known historical figure in the vein of Broadway’s HAMILTON or MY LADY JANE

 

An unknown part of history that has dramatic impact like WASP (Women’s Army Service Pilots) in Sherri L. Smith’s FLYGIRL

 

 

 

YA Magical Realism* (A contemporary world with a hint of magic)

If you have a book like Emily Bain Murphy’s THE DISAPPEARANCES, please sub it to me!

 

*Please see note below about this category. Only MR manuscripts please! Do not send me any YA Fantasy or Science Fiction books. There are tons of other YA mentors who are looking for these genres!

 

 

YA Thriller and Mystery

 

I’m a huge fan of the whodunit.

 

Send me manuscripts like Karen McManus’ ONE OF US IS LYING, Kara Thomas’ THE DARKEST CORNERS, or Gretchen McNeil’s TEN. HUGE bonus points for an unreliable narrator!!

 

Secret societies also pique my interest. If you have a manuscript similar to THE LIAR SOCIETY or the THE CONSPIRACY OF US series, please send it!!

 

Spies and international intrigue are also high on my list, too!  If your book is like Ally Carter’s GALLAGHER GIRLS or EMBASSY ROW series, I’d love to see it!!!

 

Basically, if your book is anything close to Veronica Mars – PLEASE. SEND. IT.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Things Not for Me:

 

  • Science Fiction or Fantasy manuscripts
  • Books with a ton of gore or grisly scenes
  • Gritty, dark stories which include rape or self-harm of any kind
  • Cheating parents or boyfriends/girlfriends
  • Alternate history
  • Romance that does not have a HEA (Happily Ever After)

 

 

 

 

To get one last hint at my personality here is a list of my favorite books, music, TV series and movies:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Books

 

Wink Poppy Midnight – April Tucholke

Code Name Verity – Elizabeth Wein

Simon Versus the Homosapiens Agenda – Becky Albertalli

Such A Rush – Jennifer Echols

Paper Towns – John Green

The Boy Most Likely To – Huntley Fitzpatrick

City of Bones – Cassandra Clare

Dumplin – Julie Murphy

The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer – Michelle Hodkin

 

 

 

 

Music

 

Arctic Monkeys

Halsey

The xx

Snow Patrol

Saint Motel

Birdy

Cage The Elephant

Arcade Fire

Atlas Genius

Young The Giant

 

 

 

TV Series

 

Veronica Mars

Bones

Sherlock

Riverdale

Stranger Things

Boardwalk Empire

Outlander

Haven

 

 

Movies

 

Sixteen Candles (Anything John Hughes to be honest!)

Ten Things I Hate About You

Veronica Mars (movie) – Yes, slightly obsessed

Super 8

Heathers

Field of Dreams

Somewhere in Time

Memento

Easy A

Empire Records

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Still have a question or unsure about my wishlist?

 

Please feel free to reach out to me on Twitter (@atrueblood5). I’m always open to answering more specific questions about what I’m looking for in a potential manuscript. I’m also happy to field general questions about Pitch Wars, too!

 

 

 

 

Also….

 

 

WHY (hint…hint…) don’t you check out Brenda Drake’s blog for more details?

 

 

Don’t see a description of your manuscript on my list? I highly encourage you to check out the other AMAZING YA mentors below.

 

 

 

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PitchWars 2017 – The Wishlist

  Posted by Amy Trueblood , 18 July 2017 · 100 views

          PitchWars Mentoring: Year Two…               Yes! I’m so excited to be back for a second year as a PitchWars mentor. I will be mentoring YA again and I’m on the lookout for an amazing manuscript. Before I get to the nitty gritty details of […]

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QUITE THE QUERY – Laura Weymouth and THE WEIGHT OF THE WORLDS

  Posted by Amy Trueblood , 12 July 2017 · 9 views

 

 

 

 

 

If you ask any writer about the process of connecting with their agent (or publisher), the majority will say the most difficult part was querying. Not only the actual process of sending out the letters/emails, but formulating the query itself. In fact, I’ve heard more than a few authors say writing their query took them almost as long as drafting their book!

 

Some people have the talent of being able to summarize their book in a few sentences, but for those who don’t I wanted to provide a resource where writers could learn what works, and what doesn’t, in a query.

 

With that in mind, I’m pleased to share today’s successful query from Laura Weymouth. This great query connected her with her agent, Lauren Spieller of Triada US Literary.

 

 

 

 

A queen crowned in the Woodlands is a queen forever.

 

These are the words Evelyn Hapwell lives by. Six years ago, Evelyn was swept away to a strange and beautiful kingdom, where she ruled alongside her brother and sister for decades. But the Hapwell children were sent back to their old lives in our own world, and each day, Evelyn wakes up waiting to return to the Woodlands. As it becomes increasingly clear that there will be no triumphal home-going and that she is in fact, a queen in exile, Evelyn struggles to come to terms with how to live in this world, and how to build a kingdom here. Because foreign policy and governing a country are simple enough, but boys and boarding school and friends in post-war England are another matter entirely.

 

Your sister’s gone missing.

 

Four words are all it takes to shatter Len Hapwell’s self-imposed exile in America. After fleeing from the fight to keep Evelyn grounded in reality, Len returns to London to find her sister has vanished, and no one knows what’s happened. Riddled with guilt over abandoning Ev, Len searches for answers while dealing with the fallout of Evelyn’s disappearance. To uncover the truth of what happened to her sister, Len will have to confront how deeply troubled Evelyn really was, and the lengths she was willing to go to for a chance at returning to the kingdom of her heart.

 

A dual point of view YA fantasy complete at 60,000 words, THE ONCE AND FUTURE QUEEN will appeal to older readers of EVERY HEART A DOORWAY by Seanan McGuire. It blends the wonder and nostalgia of childhood portal fantasies such as THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA with the realism and emotional tension of LOOKING FOR ALASKA.

 

 

 

 

Fun Tidbit:

 

Prior to querying THE ONCE AND FUTURE QUEEN (which is now titled THE WEIGHT OF WORLDS and will be published by HarperTeen in fall 2018), I queried an entirely different MS for a year and a half. While I received a reasonable number of requests, no one ever loved it quite enough to offer. So when I first sent out this query, I was mentally prepared for a long process. To my very great surprise, I received my first offer 10 days after the above query first left my inbox!

 

 

 

 

Laura Weymouth is the author of the THE WEIGHT OF WORLDS, a YA Fantasy out in Fall 2018 from HarperTeen. Billed as Lev Grossman’s ‘The Magicians’ meets CS Lewis’s Narnia, THE WEIGHT OF WORLDS follows two troubled sisters, bound together by blood and fate, as they struggle to find their place in our world after spending years in another realm of myth and magic. A Canadian exile currently residing in the wilds of Western New York, Laura spends the majority of her time kid-wrangling, chicken-raising, and word-smithing. When not engaged in the previous three activities, you can find her in the garden, consuming copious amounts of tea and trying to convince her husband that a miniature cow would make the perfect family pet. Her online home is www.lauraeweymouth.com. She’s also on Twitter (@lauraeweymouth), Facebook (/lauraeweymouth/), and Instagram (@lauraeweymouth)

 



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QUITE THE QUERY – Laura Weymouth and THE WEIGHT OF THE WORLDS

  Posted by Amy Trueblood , 12 July 2017 · 99 views

          If you ask any writer about the process of connecting with their agent (or publisher), the majority will say the most difficult part was querying. Not only the actual process of sending out the letters/emails, but formulating the query itself. In fact, I’ve heard more than a few authors say writing […]

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QUITE THE QUERY – May Bridges and KILLING JUNE

  Posted by Amy Trueblood , 30 June 2017 · 9 views

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you ask any writer about the process of connecting with their agent (or publisher), the majority will say the most difficult part was querying. Not only the actual process of sending out the letters/emails, but formulating the query itself. In fact, I’ve heard more than a few authors say writing their query took them almost as long as drafting their book!

 

Some people have the talent of being able to summarize their book in a few sentences, but for those who don’t I wanted to provide a resource where writers could learn what works, and what doesn’t, in a query.

 

With that in mind, I’m pleased to share today’s successful query from May Bridges. This great query connected her with Kim Lionetti of BookEnds Literary Agency.

 

 

 

 

Killing June is a story where the world of whips and sweat-soaked skin collides with Sunday morning church, pecan pie, and keeping up appearances.

 

When Alex Ryan isn’t in her high-rise office in downtown Dallas, or being a dutiful daughter at Sunday morning service, she’s in a dim room with a crop in hand.  Alex is diligent in making sure the world doesn’t know that she burns out the stresses of life under the biting heat of a cane. If you know her in that world, you know her as June, the side of herself she wants desperately to destroy.

 

Alex is ready to stop living her life in compartments, and that means confronting the man that terrorized her youth and created the monster inside her, June. Keeping those warring sections from colliding only gets harder from there.

 

Alex puts her trust in Robert, an old friend and ex-lover turned crime boss, to help her navigate the seedy underbelly of Dallas, TX. He’s willing to track down the man she’s looking for, but at a price. Taking on clients for Robert as a dominatrix has Alex walking a thin line between the life she’s running from, and the one she’s fighting for.

 

In that dark world, Alex meets Cade Brannon, a man with a taste for the rough side of kink that rivals her own. Alex insists that he stay in one of her life’s predefined compartments, but Cade refuses to play by her rules. One by one he makes his way into the sections of her life. Having someone see her as a whole is a kind of freedom Alex had never imagined. Cade also sees through Robert’s manipulations. He pulls Alex into his life to keep her safe but finds that he can’t save her from herself.

 

Cade is showing up at church services. The president of her company is calling in sexual favors in exchange for his silence. Robert is pulling her down a drug and alcohol fueled path of skin for sale. The parts of her life once kept separate, begin to bleed together. Alex fears it may tear her apart. She needs to take charge and learn to save herself before she loses everything: Robert, Cade, her career, her family’s hard earned image, and perhaps her life.

 

Killing June, a dark contemporary romance, is complete at 74,600 word. I have submitted Killing June to you because of your outstanding reputation as an agent representing romance.

 

 

 

Fun Tidbit: I reworked my query with a freelance editor, two of them, actually. The only line that survived the initial round of edits, is the first one. It’s so important to have someone else read your query. I sent out 55 queries in all before signing with super agent Kim.

 

 

 

May is a misplaced Southerner, living in Oregon where she writes dark, gritty contemporary romance, and even darker literary fiction. All of Oregon’s rainy days are spent inside writing, or drawing and covered in charcoal. But the sunny ones are the best. Those are almost always spent on the softball field. And truth be told, you can probably find her on a softball field even on the rainy days. If you want to find out more about May, or how to get your hands on Killing June, and the rest of the Saved by Sin trilogy follow her on twitter @Maybbooks or stalk her on Facebook and www.maybbooks.com Stop by, say hi, don’t be shy!

 

 

 

 



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QUITE THE QUERY – May Bridges and KILLING JUNE

  Posted by Amy Trueblood , 30 June 2017 · 110 views

              If you ask any writer about the process of connecting with their agent (or publisher), the majority will say the most difficult part was querying. Not only the actual process of sending out the letters/emails, but formulating the query itself. In fact, I’ve heard more than a few authors […]

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MONDAY MUSINGS: The Power of Never Giving Up

  Posted by Amy Trueblood , 19 June 2017 · 13 views

 

 

 

 

 

 

When we are at our lowest as writers I think we often wonder if what we are doing has any meaning. If the words we put on the page will ever be read by anyone but us. If the worlds we create, the characters we craft, will matter to any one outside our own small sphere.

 

 

There have been many times in my writing career when I’ve wanted to give up. I’ve looked at a finished manuscript and wondered if those hours, days, months I’ve spent on it were worthless because no one but me would ever know they existed. When I start to feel this way, I go back and look at some of the interviews I’ve done with writers I admire. Remind myself of their struggles and refusal to give up.

 

 

One of the biggest stories of perseverance in the publishing world is that of J.K. Rowling. If you know anything about her, you know that she was a single mother living on welfare, writing in a small coffee shop trying to keep her and her child warm while she chased her dream of creating a story about a young boy who discovers he is a wizard. I often wonder how many times in that early period self-doubt slithered into her head. How many times she looked at that blinking cursor and wondered if she was chasing some crazy unrealistic dream.

 

 

Well, most of you know how her story turned out. Harry Potter is now one of the most influential series in all of literature. It’s spawned movies, licensed merchandise, a series of theme parks, and now even a studio tour in London.

 

 

And that brings me to my point. I recently was lucky enough to go on this tour. I, along with my family, on a soggy, cold June day jumped on a double-decker coach (significantly similar to the Knight Bus, along with a crazy driver) and headed outside of London to the small town of Leavesden. The tour information said the experience would last three and half hours. Three and a half hours? I’ve been on many studio tours in the past and they never lasted more than hour so I was very skeptical. I was wrong. SO WRONG.

 

 

Once inside the main building, I was immediately hit by the enormity of the world the directors and producers had built for this series. The walls were covered in life-size posters of all the major characters. Inside the area where the first line began was a complete replica of Harry’s room under the stairs. And on the wall was this sign…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tears burned the corners of my eyes because it hit me at that moment that NONE of this experience would be possible without the words of J.K. Rowling. Sitting in that cafe she was about to change publishing forever. Her words would introduce the amazing experience of reading to both children and adults. What an incredible legacy to give the world.

 

 

So the next time you want to give up, throw in the towel, stop chasing your own dream, think about that single mother sitting in small cafe and what would have happened if she’d stopped creating. I, for one, believe our world would be a much sadder place without the gift she gave us in Harry Potter.

 

 

You never know, the book you’re writing now could be the next story that changes publishing. Keep working. Keep dreaming. The possibility of creating a new story that influences children’s literature could only be a chapter away!

 

 

Here are a few more amazing pictures from the tour. And if you are ever in London, I HIGHLY encourage you to put a trip to Leavesden on your schedule!

 

 

 

 

(The Cupboard Underneath The Stairs)

 

 

 

(Dumbledore and Snape in the Great Hall)

 

 

 

(The Entrance to Dumbledore’s Office)

 

 

 

(The Invitations to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry)

 

 

 

(Entrance to The Chamber of Secrets)

 

 

 

 

(Full scale model of Hogwarts)



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