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Sunday, September 17, 2006

Rowling and airliner

New airline security has been saying no books on flights. This caused a bit of difficulty for a famous author recently.

J.K. Rowling was visiting the States for a fund-raiser with Stephen King and John Irving. On her way home, she was stopped by airline security who told her she'd have to part with the manuscript she was so closely guarding. The only problem was that this was the manuscript to the final Harry Potter book--one that she had been working on longhand during her U.S. stay and had no backup copies of.

Thankfully, another security guard recognized her and came to her and the manuscript's rescue.


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