Some time ago, while travelling, I had a dream that I was invited to a secret media conference during which J.K. Rowling announced the name of the seventh and final Harry Potter book. Obviously, that's a fairly thrilling dream for both a journalist and a Harry Potter tragic.
According to my subconscious, the title was Harry Potter and the Mask of Time.
Now I thought, upon waking, that that was a bloody good title for a Harry Potter book, and that I must email J.K. herself with the suggestion. Of course, I forgot.
And it now appears that, sadly, my dreams are NOT prophetic - J.K. Rowling's announced the final book will be called Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
I still reckon mine's better. ;)
Ah, well. No time frame for the book's publication has been released, so I'll just go back to waiting for the OOTP movie, which looks pretty good, and has the wonderful Imelda Staunton as Dolores Umbridge, who has my vote for the most horribilest character ever to dis-grace the pages of a HP novel.