The Potter cash cow is drying up, her udders are becoming slightly crispy, Sims has simply moved on to find the "next big thing". That's all Hypable is at the end of the day, whatever's big with the tweens they'll post about it. All about the money.
I found it mildly entertaining with realistically drawn characters (I grew up with Krystal Weedon's, Andrew's, and Gaia's), and I think she painted an accurate picture of modern British council estates with The Fields. It was nothing special, certainly no masterpiece, and it's only as big as it is due to the name attached to it. But worth a read if you're in to that kind of thing. Btw Hogwarts doesn't even show up until the penultimate segment and by then it feels tacked on and redundant, Dumbledore's cameo was unnecessary too imo.