LONDON — At last, Harry Potter’s adventures are available electronically.

The seven novels about J.K. Rowling’s boy wizard are for sale as e-books and audio books on the author’s Pottermore website, the site’s creators announced Tuesday.

The books are currently available in English, in U.S. and U.K. editions, with the first three titles priced at $7.99 or 4.99 British pounds for e-books and $29.99 or 17.99 pounds for audio versions.

The site says French, Italian, German and Spanish editions will follow in the coming weeks.

The books are available only through the website, which says they are compatible with major electronic readers, including Amazon’s Kindle, Sony’s Reader and Barnes & Noble’s Nook, as well as with tablets, mobile phones, PCs and e-readers on Google’s Play.

The Harry Potter novels have sold 450 million copies, but Rowling for years resisted making the books available in digital form,

She announced last year that Potter e-books would be sold through the Pottermore site, an interactive portal into Harry’s magical world.

The full site, which combines elements of virtual encyclopedia, computer games, social network and online store, is set to open in early April.

Its launch, originally announced for October, was delayed after testing with a limited number of users showed changes were needed.

Rowling’s final Potter novel, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows,” was published in 2007. The author announced last month that she is working on a novel for adults, whose title and release date have not been disclosed.

Money woes force ‘Octomom’ to pose semi-nude

LOS ANGELES — Financial struggles have led “Octomom” Nadya Suleman to pose semi-nude in photographs to run alongside a paid interview in a British magazine, her attorney said Tuesday.

With 14 children to care for, Suleman can’t hold down a regular job to pay bills, lawyer Jeff Czech said.

“She’s not doing well. She’s struggling financially and she does whatever she can,” Czech told The Associated Press.

In photos posted to TMZ.com and published in Britain’s Closer magazine, Suleman wears panties and little else.

In an interview with TMZ’s television show, Suleman said she didn’t expect the photos to reach American readers so quickly, but she’s not ashamed of posing for the magazine.

“I’m doing what I need to do to take care of my kids,” Suleman said.

Czech declined to disclose how much Suleman was paid for the photo shoot and interview.

3D ‘Titanic’ premieres at ‘another level’

LONDON — Actress Kate Winslet and director James Cameron walked the red carpet in London on Tuesday for the premiere of the 3D version of the hit movie “Titanic.”

The 1997 drama – one of the highest-grossing films of all time – will be available in British cinemas in 3D in April, coinciding with the 100th anniversary of the Titanic’s doomed maiden voyage from southern England’s Southampton in April 1912.

“The 3D enriches all of Titanic’s most thrilling moments and its most emotional moments,” Cameron told reporters. “It kicks the whole experience up to another level.”

Winslet, who starred with Leonardo DiCaprio in the movie, joked that she would rather look away than see herself nude in 3D.

“I’m not going to look, I’ll be in the bar by that point,” she said.