JK Rowling on the Harry Potter books: I can’t be bothered to read them

JK LUFFENSTEIN: The Harry Potter novels are such an amazing collection of stories, I can never read them.

I can imagine what they would be like.

But I’m also aware that they would take me months or years to read, which is why I’m doing what I’m currently doing, which I’m just putting them out in paperback.

You’ve got to be careful when you put them out as a hardcover book, but you’re still going to be reading them for months and months and then years later.

You can only read them once and then you have to go and do something else.

They’re a really wonderful, brilliant story collection.

And I think I’d be much more interested in the sequels, because I know I’d love to see more of those.

But it’s great that you’re doing that and that’s good.

It’s a great story.

I think it’s also great that I can be bothered by them, because they’re just fantastic stories.

They have a great tone.

I’ve never been able to get into any of the Harry books.

It was such a huge undertaking.

The first one was a real pain to do, and it’s been a real challenge because you have a big story in them and it has to be told, and you have two or three characters that are important.

So I think that I’ve had to work very hard, and I think they’ve done a fantastic job, and hopefully, in the future, they’ll get better.