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JK Rowling held an impromptu Twitter AMA. Here are her best answers.

J.K. Rowling chatted with her fans on Twitter on Tuesday night.
J.K. Rowling chatted with her fans on Twitter on Tuesday night.
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JK Rowling, writer of the ever-popular, beloved fantasy series Harry Potter, took to Twitter Tuesday night seemingly unprompted to answer some questions from her fans. There was no formal announcement that Rowling would take questions or any explanation as to how she chose them.

Here are some of the best things she said:

She told everyone her favorite quotes from her books:

She talked about diversity at Hogwarts, and the presence of LGBT wizards.

When talking about religion, she was very clear that everyone was included (except Wiccans)

And then she laughed about how silly that was.

She talked about herself in third person. (The Robert the questioner references is Robert Galbraith, Rowling's pen name for her ongoing mystery series.)

She even gave some advice to her teenage self:

All in all, it made for some A+ engagement on the part of one of the world's most famous authors.

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