Ms Rowling's agent has confirmed that the author, who had ruled out making the books available electronically for years, was now actively considering plans for e-book versions.
Liz Thomson, editor of book industry website BookBrunch, said: "I wouldn't be surprised if the rights for the e-books are sold for £100m.
"Experts believe that move could revolutionise the world of electronic publishing, triggering rocket sales of e-book readers such as Kindle and the iPad."
While no official plans have been made regarding Harry Potter e-books, this shows a significant step in that direction, as Rowling has been reluctant in the past to release the beloved book series on the electronic platform.
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