JK Rowling posted an enviable video from her library on Twitter, revealing that she spent the lock organizing her books by color.
“Rearranging books is a very calming lockdown activity,” she posted on her social media, next to a clip from her shelves.
Earlier this month, Rowling announced that she has fully recovered from a suspected case of coronavirus.
The author followed his video by responding to people asking where his own books were, saying “yes, of course, I have Harry Potter books!” “
“These are not my only shelves, they are just the ones I decided to organize by color during tea breaks. “
The video revealed that his library also includes a quote from the 14th century poet Edmund Spenser, painted along its shelves.
The quote is taken from his poem The Faerie Queene, and reads: “It is the spirit that does good from evil, that makes the miserable or happy, rich or poor. “
The author of Harry Potter previously stated that she could not be sure if she had COVID-19 because she had not been tested, but that she had suffered from all the symptoms of the disease.
She also criticized social media influencers for pressuring subscribers to learn a new skill during the pandemic, saying that getting through something was more than enough.