Fictional universe of Harry Potter The central character in the series is Harry Pottera boy who lives in Surrey with his aunt, uncle, and cousin - the Dursleys - who discovers, at the age of eleven, that he is a wizardthough he lives in the ordinary world of non-magical people known as Muggles. His magical ability is inborn, and children with such abilities are invited to attend exclusive magic schools that teach the necessary skills to succeed in the wizarding world. As Harry develops through his adolescence, he learns to overcome the problems that face him:
Rowling Joanne Rowling, also known as J. Rowling is the author of the Harry Potter series, one of the most successful book series ever in the history of humankind.
|- The Washington Post||JK Rowling created the beloved character of Harry Potter and have written 7 books in Harry Potter series with several supplementary stories to the world of fantasy and magic.|
|19 Stories J.K. Rowling Stole From To Write 'Harry Potter' - Offbeat||Writing in the Guardian last week, Val McDermid, the acknowledged queen of the pyschological thriller, described the book as embracing "the best of traditional mystery fiction, private-eye pace and the kind of writing that reminds me why I love this genre".|
|Why people are excited about the two new Harry Potter books||Rowling, her name, before her remarriage, was Joanne Rowling.|
The reason for she writing as J. Rowling was born on July 31 of in Yate, Gloucestershire, England. Just before she turned 2 years old, her sister Dianne was born.
She has been a writer since she was a little girl. She wrote fiction stories and told them to her little sister. Her first writing was about a bunny who had measles and was visited by her other animal friends. When she was nine, J. Rowling moved toTutshill, Glurcestershire.
There, she attended theWyedean School. It turned out that on that time her grandmother gave her a copy of a biography of Jessica Mitford, a communist activist. Rowling had admired her and consequently read all of her books. Her musical taste is punk rock. Later on, she would move to London to work as a researcher and a bilingual secretary for International Amnesty.
She had the idea of writing Harry Potter when she was traveling in a train from Manchester to London. She tells she had never been so excited to write than when she had the aforementioned idea.
As soon as she reached her apartment, she started writing. Before publishing her first Harry Potter book, she moved to Oporto, Portugal to work as an English teacher in an Academy. She then married JorgeArantes in Two years later she put a restraining order on his spouse.
Inthe divorce was approved.It read: "J. K. Rowling finished writing Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows in this room () on 11 January "  Rowling herself has stated that the last chapter of the final book (in fact, the epilogue) was completed "in something like ".
When die-hard “Harry Potter” fans first heard that J.K. Rowling was writing a sequel to her beloved seven-part series, they couldn’t wait to get their hands on the book. Then they realized. It may seem a strange thing to say, given the unprecedented sales and the generation-defining excitement her books generated, but I think JK Rowling is vastly underrated.
The scale of her success means that it's unfair trying to compare Harry Potter to any other book series. JK Rowling has explicitly stated that she is highly unlikely to write another Harry Potter book.
Ever since the publication of her seventh Hogwarts novel, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, in. C.B.
Strike comes from J.K. Rowling and that's an association that will surely entice at least some of the millions of Harry Potter fans out there. Going by the name of Strike, the series already premiered in the U.K.
on BBC One in JK Rowling, whose secret novel The Cuckoo's Calling is said to have sold 1, copies in hardback. Rowling's sales from the Harry Potter series amount to more than £m.