J. K. Rowling is not just the one name of her she is known worldwide rather she is mostly known as the creator of Harry Potter. The iconic character that has lived and grown over 10 years and has made wonderful stories. Her seven books have already been turned into a successful series of eight films. Meanwhile, Rowling has been working on a new book, but in a recent update she stated that she feared her second book would not be able to match up the earlier success. Read on to find out more about the scoop ahead.
According to The Guardian, in a recent conversation with Lauren Laverne, Rowling stated that she was not sure if the second book on Harry Potter would be able to match up to the success of the first one. She further revealed that she took advice from Oprah Winfrey on how to cope up with the feeling on being rich and joy of failure.
During her conversation she noted that many said that the books for kids should be short in length and the boarding school idea wasn’t much appealing too. But she assertively mentioned that she was confident about what she was doing and had firm belief of what she is writing will work.
The only concern she has is to convince the publishers with her state of ideas and to make them confident about, yes people are going to like it.
J. K. Rowling, as we all know had a difficult time in dealing with money; she has lived with a poor status in Britain and has now become rich suddenly after striking the fame with “Harry Potter.” She revealed that she felt absurd when she had so much of money and no one to speak to.
J. K. Rowling is a testimony of rags to riches indeed, she rose from state benefits status to now being a multi-millionaire.
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