USA Today has an interview up with J.K. Rowling which discusses what is next for her after Harry Potter:
She's also happy to discuss about the ending of the latest Harry Potter, but thankfully, they've sectioned off that part of the interview to a different page. I doubt our local papers would have that sort of consideration.
"I think that there will be some disappointment if I don't write another fantasy," she says. "But I must admit, I think I've done my fantasy. To go and create another fantasy universe would feel wrong, and I don't know if I'm capable of it."
She wants to take off "lots" of time to spend with her family. But good news, Potter fans — she's writing.
"I'm sort of writing two things at the moment," she says. "One is for children and the other is not for children. The weird thing is that this is exactly the way I started writing Harry. I was writing two things simultaneously for a year before Harry took over. So one will oust the other in due course, and I'll know that's my next thing."