Fans of Harry Potter are in a frenzy once again as J.K. Rowling revealed that there is an unreleased Manuscript hanging inside her closet. Unlike other authors who write digitally or use the traditional pen and paper, the 51-year old writer has been known to jot down major "Harry Potter" ideas on unconventional things. In an interview via CNN, Rowling revealed that she has just written a manuscript on a dress. According to Rowling, the reason behind the unconventional writing medium had something to do with her 50th birthday celebration, where she hosted a party with the theme "come as your own private nightmare."

Since she was hosting the party, Rowling was the one who called the shots and bested everyone with her very own costume - a lost manuscript of what she has dubbed as a "political fairy tale" for children.

With the latest confession of J.K. Rowling, fans of "Harry Potter" are hopeful that it could be a sign that new project is brewing.

Manuscript written in dress remains unpublished

It looks like the dress is already one of the most coveted pieces of "Harry Potter" fans as it might hold the key to J.K. Rowling's next project. With the rate that the best-selling writer is writing on original items, these are prime candidates for auctions in the future, passing as major collector's items for Harry Potter fans.

The plot of the story as well as the characters have not been divulged by Rowling, and currently, there are only two clear details about the manuscript. First, it is written purely in fabric, and second, she is still unsure whether to publish the book anytime soon.

No notepad, no problem

According to Huffington Post, this is not the first time that J.K. Rowling admitted to writing on weird things. In fact, she confessed a few years ago that "Harry Potter" drafts were first written in different notepads as she tried eating at almost every Edinburgh cafes.

According to Amazon, J.K. Rowling also candidly revealed that the names of the Hogwarts Houses were initially jotted down on the back of a sick bag on a plane.Currently, Huffington Post reports that J.K.

Rowling is still contemplating on whether to release the manuscript in the dress to the public or simply keep it to herself.

Whether or not the unpublished manuscript will be released anytime soon, fans of the "Harry Potter" franchise are looking forward to the "political fairy tale" by J.K. Rowling. If it's a spinoff for "Harry Potter," well and good, but if it's an entirely different universe from the franchise, it is still expected to be welcomed warmly by the fans.