It’s the news “Harry Potter” fans have been waiting for — almost. J.K. Rowling has told the BBC she has not ruled out writing another book in the phenomenally successful series about the boy wizard, reports Metro. Speaking on BBC radio program “Today,” she said a sequel might be in the pipeline. “I have always said ‘never say never.’ I’ve always said I’m not going to say ‘I definitely won’t,’ because, because I don’t see why I should say that. “You know, it is my world and I might choose to step back into it.” If she did write a sequel it would be the eighth in the series. But Rowling told “Today” she wasn’t that keen on showing how Harry and his chums Hermione and Ron ended up. “I don’t think that’s going to happen,” she said. The seven novels have sold 450 million copies and spawned a wildly popular film franchise.