JK Rowling's Pottermore web experience has now launched to the general public, with fans of the franchise now able to sign in and read yet more nonsense about wizards and magical talking animals, regardless of whether they were part of the closed beta period or not.
That means the shop is now open for everyone, where you can finally purchase digital ebooks of the series, with prices ranging from £4.99 to £6.99, or download audio versions, with the spoken word copies of the more recent books coming in at an astonishing £32.99.
The first Potter book has been torn apart and uploaded for users to explore in more depth, while the site is also soliciting for user-submitted content, where fans can "showcase their own Potter-related creativity."
Which is great, as I have some drawings of Hermione to submit. [Pottermore - Thanks, Florencia!]