A Diamond In The Dirt – J. K. Rowling

J. K. Rowling

Rowling regarded herself as “the biggest loser she knew” before starting her first novel.

J. K. Rowling is the pen name used by Joanne Rowling. She is a novelist, screenwriter, producer, and philanthropist from the United Kingdom. Rowling is most recognized for her fantasy novel series, “Harry Potter.” The series has received multiple honours and has sold over 500 million copies worldwide. It went on to become the best-selling book series of all time. Rowling had full approval on the scripts and was also a producer on the final films based on the books, which became a popular film series. She is the first billionaire writer in the world.

Rowling’s success story is nothing short of a fairy tale. There is a story of pain and misery behind her amazing achievement.

It all began on a delayed train ride from Manchester to London, when Rowling’s characters Harry Potter, Ronald Weasley, and Hermoine Granger began to take shape in her thoughts. Rowling created Azkaban, the world of Hogwarts’ witches and wizards. In this scenario, Rowling’s entire cast of characters began to take shape in her head.

Rowling regarded herself as “the biggest loser she knew” before starting her first novel. Rowling lost her mother when she was 25 years old, in 1991. Her death severely destroyed her. Because Rowling had endured the death of her mother in real life, Harry Potter had to experience the death of his parents. The circumstances aren’t ideal.

Her circumstances worsened as a result of her failed marriage and attempted suicide. Jessica Rowling is Rowling’s daughter. She was a single mother with a newborn child, living in a tight apartment, poor, and unemployed. Rowling struggled with depression and admits to contemplating suicide. Her dreams, on the other hand, wouldn’t let her give up. After that, she received a slew of rejections, with 12 of the best publishers passing on her manuscript. Finally, Bloomsbury, a London-based publishing business, gave her book the green light. J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter rights were

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