Yes, Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 2 is the last film, and there aren’t any new novel installments planned, but that doesn’t mean that fans’ worlds are bound to be empty forever. On the contrary, J.K. Rowling recently announced a new website, PotterMore.

Set to go live in October, PotterMore will be a free site for Potter die-hards to read “extensive new material about the characters, places, and objects in the much-loved stories.” In other words, cyber catnip for readers who’ve refused to buy a new book of any kind since the July 2007 release of Rowling’s seventh, and final, Potter novel.

October is still three long, grueling months away, though; what’s a stan to do? Handle the withdrawal like any weak-willed junkie would: by thinking about his or her fix nonstop without being able to sample the goods. Until PotterMore launches, consider us your sponsors, and the previous coping methods as your rehabilitation program. Stay strong, nerds.