The store said it was “trying not to put books by transphobes on the shelves.”
‘The Cuckoo Calling’ and ‘The Silkworm’, two novels penned by JK Rowling under her alias Robert Galbraith, are to be adapted
JK Rowling was 'proud...that when I "unmasked" myself to my editor David Shelley...one of the first things he said was "I never would have thought a woman wrote that."'... Nichi Hodgson... went so far as to question whether Rowling had 'betrayed women'.
I didn't much mind Rowling when she was Pottering about. I've never read a word (or seen a minute) so I can't comment on whether the books were good, bad or indifferent. I did think it a shame that adults were reading them... But, then again, any reading is better than no reading, right? But The Casual Vacancy changed all that.
As she handed it to me she casually said, 'I think it might actually be written by J.K. Rowling under a pseudonym'. The book was called Mountains of the Moon by an author using the pen name I.J. Kay. It was the similarity between this author initials and those of the Harry Potter author that piqued her curiosity.
As a wise man once said: Phew, wot a scorcher! Yes, this was the week that the heatwave alert reached level three and royal
A legal firm apologised "unreservedly" today after one of its partners was traced as the source for author JK Rowling being