I am sure this will make some people very, very happy!

J.K. Rowling to meet Harry Potter fans in Toronto
Popular Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling will be in Toronto in October, her only stop in Canada on her North American tour.
Raincoast Books, which publishes her wildly successful wizard-in-training series, announced Monday that Rowling will be at the Wintergarden Theatre on Oct. 23 during Toronto’s International Festival of Authors.
Tickets to the 950-seat downtown venue are free. Starting Monday afternoon, 10 tickets a day will be awarded to fans online through the Raincoast Books website where an application is posted.
Other tickets will be disseminated through Canadian libraries, and public and Catholic school boards.
Children in Ontario can apply by taking part in the Forest of Reading program through the Ontario Library Association. The OLA will use a lottery system to award tickets.
Rowling will be reading from the seventh and final book in the series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, which was released in July. The book became the fastest-selling novel, with more than 15 million copies purchased within 24 hours.
The 41-year-old author will also entertain questions and sign books during her Canadian appearance.
Rowling’s six previous Harry Potter books sold more than 325 million worldwide.
A complete set of signed books, believed to be the only kind in the world, is being auctioned in England.
The charity Books Abroad, which supplies books to children in 80 countries, announced Monday a set will be auctioned on eBay.
A relative of Rowling is a volunteer for the charity.
“It could be worth £20,000 ($41,000 Cdn) or even an awful lot more,” a spokesman for Books Abroad told the BBC.