Today Pottermore announced that it is releasing Pottermore Presents, a trilogy of e-books due out in September.
The final book, Hogwarts: An Incomplete And Unreliable Guide, centers on the school which Potter, Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley attended while learning magic.
According to Digital Spy, the short stories are a combination of brand new material and Pottermore content, but don't worry, all of it has been written by JK Rowling. The trio of books, titled Pottermore Presents and each retailing for $2.99, will feature "tidbits taken from Pottermore's archives and original writing from J.K. Rowling". After all, a 79-page e-book will generally have lower stakes than a two-part stage production (especially one involving extensive time travel, alternate histories, and secret children).
Fans also get another up-close look at the Wizarding World with the release of the film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them when it hits theaters in November.
The screenings are part of the Harry Potter Film Concert Series that was launched in the U.S. in June.
Heroism, Hardship and Dangerous Hobbies will focus on Minerva McGonagall and Remus Lupin, while the third book will take readers behind the scenes of Hogwarts.
The books also look set to shed more light on the villain of the Potter books, Lord Voldemort, promising to "delve deeper" into the relationship between Tom Riddle and the Professor Horace Slughorn.
Then on Tuesday, it emerged that official Harry Potter fan site, Pottermore is looking for writers. These eBooks seem likely to do the same, plunging readers back into the world they fell in love with years ago and reminding them what makes that world special and worth revisiting. This book promises a "glimpse into the darker side of the Wizarding World".
The books are all listed as retailing for £1.99 and should be available for download from September 6th.