When the creator of Harry Potter decides to build an adventure playground for her children, you expect something magical. Victory: Harry Potter author JK Rowling has won a battle to build two luxury tree houses in the garden of her home despite protests from local residents. This picture shows a computer simulation of the twin tree houses. The towers are linked by a rope bridge and can be approached by a secret tunnel hidden underneath a raised wooden walkway. Children's dream: Each wooden tree house is to be built on stilts and boasts balconies, carvings and turrets that wouldn't look out of place in a Potter adventure.
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Eco conscience: JK Rowling's tree houses will only be built with timber from sustainably managed forests. A wooden walkway connected to the giant structure leads to a giant trampoline deck that is shielded from public view by a row of extra tall conifers. Intricate design: After the extraordinary plans were submitted with the council last month, objections were lodged by people who live nearby. Bespoke fun: Plans reveal the houses are intended for Miss Rowling's two youngest children David, nine, and his sister Mackenzie, seven.
Miss Rowling, 46, lives in her 17th century mansion with her husband Dr Neil Murray, their two young children and her year-old daughter Jessica, from her first marriage. She lives there with her husband, their two young children and her year-old daughter Jessica, from her first marriage. Giant trees were lifted by crane over the garden walls to give the author and her family more privacy.
She also got approval to build a summer house that critics said looked like the stone hut inhabited by Hagrid, the giant groundsman from her best-selling novels. Wealthy: Daniel Radcliffe is pictured as Harry Potter. Tree houses are generally considered temporary structures and therefore do not need planning permission. However this only applies if they are less than 13 feet high from roof to base. Last night a spokesman for JK Rowling said she would not be commenting on the tree houses. What do you think about either one?
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Much like the feeling all I knew is I wanted more. Our kiss was beautiful, much like the touch of the sunset on the horizon Your lips tasted like the rain and I was patiently waiting for the storm. All elements hit me at once. I felt the lightening coursing through your veins A tsunami crashing against your chest The hurricane in your mind But What I felt the most Was the hope in your heart The love within you, you fragile human.
Oh what a shame no one has loved you like you deserve. Take my hand. Secure, the feeling. And as you lay upon my chest know that each time you do the disease within me dies. I would not want you to fall in, and hurt yourself. And as you lay your head on my chest ignore the shouts from that locked up thing in the cage it could utter something entirely too irrational.
I may start a whole new natural disaster. Grab on. Hold tight. Enjoy the ride. She refuses to go back to her abusive family and rather live on the streets. Anyone have any ideas? All very interesting titles, they all inpired me too use a quote within a title.
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My title is: Practice makes Perfect, which is about this guy practicing to kill his friend before he actually does. I hope this helped :. What do you think. I wrote a short story about a teenager volunteering afterschool to help some of the senior citizens in her community. The novel also has elements of fantasy, scifi, romance, horror, thriller, comedy and western. Hey, entering this competition with a story I wrote.
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Any would be appreciated! This site has already been a huge help to me in understanding what makes a good title, however! The second is a fast paced adventure, set in many different times and places. Yes, the backyard. Sorry if I rambled. Thank you in advance to anyone who is willing to give me title tips : Hannah.
The book is about a boy and a girl, music, finding yourself and betrayal. I really need help to pick the title. This is the options: 1. Love at first sight? Be yourself. Find yourself 3.
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It takes place in medieval times. She is the only one who survived, not that it matters because she is held captive. But the books begins with this girl in wolf form in the woods where she was hunting with her pack 2 years earlier. Then there is this other girl who got lost in the woods, she is of royal blood.
She got badly injured and this wolf girl sees her laying against a tree, dyng of her injury. The wolf girl heals her and the other girl wakes up, scared of course. But there is this brief moment where she stared into the wolfs eyes, and she was no longer scared. She reached out to the wolfgirl but she ran away. Then 2 years later when the wolf girl gets captured, she finds out that it was this girls father, the king of a mighty kingdom called ….
There are many more advemtures to come but I cant describe them all of course. Does any one have any idea for a title? Mint: I would be reading the back of that book in a flash. It has to do with ballet How do you make a poetry book sound exciting?! Rosie that sounds mysterious. It almost contradicts itself and draws readers in.
I need help! My book is about a superhero girl trying to be a normal teenager. The main character Toronto Springs can shoot tornadoes out of the palms of her hands. I am stumped! Any help whatsoever would be awesome. Try saying your title out loud. Some of the most memorable titles are these which sound great when spoken. I titled my debut novel The Sheep Walker. When it came time for the publisher to design the book cover, that gave her problems. Some titles compels us to buy: 1.
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