Tuesday, September 10, 2019

J K Rowling Biography In English | Harry potter

J K Rowling Biography In English | Harry potter



Friends! The films of Harry Potter series will be remembered by all of you, whose story and imagery is so good that anyone would want to go to Hogwarts, a school of magic and tantra-spells of Harry Potter.

so friends ! Today, we are going to tell you about "JK Rowling", the writer of the Harry Potter novel series, a total of 8 films have been made on 7 Harry Potter books.

'J. K. Rowling 'is a British novelist and screenwriter, her full name is Joan Kathleen Rowling, she is also known as John Murray. JK Rowling is one of the most famous writers in the world today and his written Harry Potter novel is the most famous novel of the 20th century.

The Harry Potter Series books have won several awards and have sold over 400 Million copies, making them the second best-selling books in the world.

 Rolling was conceived on 31 July 1965 in Yacht, Gloucestershire, England.
His father Peter James Rolling was an aircraft engineer at a company called 'Rolls-Royce', and mother Annie Rowling was a science technician.

When Rowling was four years old, his family moved to a nearby village in Winterbourne. There he studied at St. Michael's Primary School. Keeping in mind the headmaster of this school, Alfred Dunn, he wrote the character of Harry Potter's headmaster Albus Dumbledore.

At this time she used to write fantasy stories and teach her sister. He studied secondary school at Wyden School and College. An aunt rolling in Teenage gave her the autobiography of 'Jessica Mittford' to read 'Hones and Rebels'. After this, 'Mitford' became Rowling's heroine and read all his books.

In 1982, Rowling gave entrance exams to study at Oxford University but did not receive admission, forcing him to do a BA in French and Classics from Exeter University. In connection with her studies, she also lived in Paris for some time. Rolling graduated from Exeter in 1986 and moved to London to work as a researcher and billing secretary for a company called Amnesty International.

In 1990, Rolling decided to stay in Manchester where he worked at the Chamber of Commerce. When she was traveling by train from Manchester to London, in her mind, the story of a young boy (Harry Potter) studying in the school of witchcraft was completely fabricated. Then as soon as she reached her London flat, she immediately started writing.

That same year, his mother Anne passed away. Rowling was writing Harry Potter at the time but had never told his mother about it. Rolling's writing was greatly affected by the sudden death of his mother, so he has written in great detail about Harry's feeling hurt in his first book. Rolling drowned in writing to hide his pain. At this time, Harry Potter's hardworking character "Hermione" was born.

Now Rowling was looking for a job when she saw in the British news paper The Guardian, a advertisement teaching English language in Portugal and went to live in Porto, Portugal. There she used to teach at night and used to write in the day. 18 months later, she met Jorge Arantes, a Portuguese television journalist, whose views were similar.

On 16 October 1992, Rolling married George Arrents and on 27 July 1993, their daughter Jessica Ijabel was born, but due to domestic abuse, Rolling separated from George on 17 November 1993.

After this, Rolling moved to Edinburgh, Scotland to be with his sister, with her little girl, by now she had written three chapters of Harry Potter.

It was very sad for the time rolling, their marriage had failed, the responsibility of a child was on her and she had no work even at this time she was so depressed that she could even do suicide but she did not give up courage. Focused on his writing. At this time, Harry Potter's soul-sucking creators were born.

Rolling filled the welfare benefits form (under which the British government gives money to the poor and single parents for living) to pay for himself and his daughter, and they started getting money from the government to run the house.

In 1995, Rolling completed the manuscript of his first book, "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone", on an old manual typewriter, but the book was rejected by 12 publishing houses for publishing, then a year later, a London publishing house. Bloomsbury's editor 'Barry Cunningham' finally agreed to publish the book and also offered a 1,500 pound advance but Cunningham felt that the children's Abon she can not earn much money, they are advised to job Rovling |

Subsequently in 1997, Rolling was given an 8,000 pounds from the Scottish Arts Council so that he could continue his writing.

On 26 June 1997, Bloomsbury Publishing House published 1,000 copies of Philosopher's Stone, 500 of which were distributed to libraries. Today, such copies can be found in 16,000 to 25,000 pounds.

Five months later, this book was called 'Nestle Smarties Book Award 'and' Children's Book of the Year 'Award for' British Book Award '.

In 1998, Rowling could not believe if Scholastic Inc. bought its rights for $ 105,000 to publish this novel in the US. This book became very popular in the US as well.

Its sequel "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" was published on 2 July 1998 and Raling then won the Smartize Prize.

On 8 July 1999, the third novel 'Harry Potter and Prisoner of Azkaban' was released, winning the Smarties Award for the third time.

Their fourth novel, "Harry Potter and the Gollet of Fire", launched simultaneously in the UK and the US on 8 July 2000, broke the sales record in both countries, 372,775 copies of the book were sold on the first day in the UK and in the US The book sold three lakh copies in its first 48 hours. Rolling was nominated as the 'Author of the Year' at the 2000 British Book Awards.

In 2001 Rolling married a doctor named "Neil Murray". On 24 March 2003, their son "David Gordon Rowling Moore" was born.

The fifth Harry Potter novel "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" was released on 21 June 2003.

In 2004, Forbes wrote Rolling as the first author to become a billionaire by writing books and the second richest female-entertainer in the world.

Rowling's youngest daughter, "Mackenzie Jean Rowling Moore", was born on 23 January 2005.

The sixth book, "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" was released on 16 July 2005, selling 9 million copies in the first 24 hours of its release, breaking all sales records. In 2006, Half-Blood Prince received the "Book of the Year" award at the British Book Awards.

The seventh and last Harry Potter book released on July 21, 2007 as "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" broke all the records and became the best-selling books all the time. It sold 11 million copies on its first day of release in the UK and the US.

Today, Harry Potter is a global brand of around US $ 15 billion and the last four Harry Potter books hold the record for being the fastest-selling books of history in history. These books have been translated into 65 languages ​​worldwide.

In February 2013, on BBC Radio 4 she was named the 13th most powerful woman in the United Kingdom.

In 2016, the Sunday Times Rich List named Rolling as the UK's 197th richest person with a net worth of 600 million pounds.

In addition to Harry Potter, JK Rowling has written several books, such as "The Casual Vacancy" (2012); Rolling also writes under the name "Robert Galbraith" (named for readers who do not read Women's Writer's Books), using the names "Kukuz Calling" (2013), "The Silkworm" (2014) and "Career of Wrote many books like Evil ”(2015).

In 1998, Warner Bros. bought the rights to the film for the first two novels and then went on to produce films one by one:

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (16 November 2001)

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (15 November 2002)

Harry Potter and Prisoner of Azkaban (4 June 2004)

Harry Potter and the Gollet of Fire (18 November 2005)

Harry Potter and Order of the Phoenix (11 July 2007)

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (15 July 2009)

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - I & II (19 November 2010 & 15 July 2011)

All these films created a worldwide boom.

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