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Does Anyone Know An Address Or Email For J K Rowling Or Her Publishers?From Books & Authors Forum:
Does anyone know an address or email for J K Rowling or her publishers? Does anyone know an address or email for J K Rowling or her publishers?
Answer: Excerpted from URL: http://www.duelingclub.com/contact_jk.shtml You may contact J.K. Rowling using these addresses. She has not made her e-mail address public (for obvious reasons - you wouldn't want thousands of spam would you?), so you have to contact her via her publishers. J.K. Rowling c/o Scholastic Books 555 Broadway New York, NY 10012, USA J. K. Rowling c/o Bloomsbury Publishing 38 Soho Square London W1V 5DF UK
What Are Some Of The Mistakes J.K Rowling Has Made In The Harry Potter Series?From Books & Authors Forum:
What are some of the mistakes J.K Rowling has made in the Harry Potter Series? I love J.K Rowling, I read somewhere that she said that she has made little mistakes thought the series, I have noticed some as well. does anybody know some more of them?
Answer: yes she did *sigh* sadly .. u can check each books mistake in : http://www.mugglenet.com ...... under mistakes ^_^
What Did J K Rowling Write And/Or Do Before Having Harry Potter Published?From Media & Journalism Forum:
What did J K Rowling write and/or do before having Harry Potter published? What did J K Rowling write and/or do before having Harry Potter published? I'm interested in her writing credentials. Did she write other books or write for any magazines?
Answer: To the best of my knowledge, she had not published anything else. She was a single mother, living on welfare. It was a real rags to riches story.
How Common Is It For J K Rowling To Respond To Fanmail?From Books & Authors Forum:
How common is it for J K Rowling to respond to fanmail? Watched 'A year in the life of J K Rowling' today, and it says she gets around 75,000 letters a year, but not how many she responds to. Here's the part where I can't help but brag... I wrote to her as a kid and got a written reply (!) I was so damn chuffed :D Do you reckon it'd be worth anything..? Like £100..? Ish?
Answer: Wow. How old are you that you wrote to her as a kid? Around 19-20? Yow. You're making me feel a very old 29. Ha ha. As for worth anything, it's probably only worth what it means to you. I'm of the variety that people who feel the need to ask if there is monetary value in something sentimental are greedy, money-hungry types. If it were me I'd treasure that letter until the day I died and then pass it off to my children to hold on to. As for how many she actually replies to, likely not many. I would imagine no more than a couple hundred or even less.
How Much Would People Wild Bye For A Harry Potter Deathly Hallows Signed By J.K Rowling ?From Books & Authors Forum:
How much would people wild bye for a Harry potter Deathly Hallows signed by J.K Rowling ? I have a harry potter book signed by J.k Rowling.It has white out on the front.How much wild people bye it?
Answer: depending on copy edition and condition, I would say anywhere from 300-5000 dollars.
What Would You Chose If You Were J. K. Rowling Struggling To Make A Living Before The Success Of Harry Potter?From Books & Authors Forum:
What would you chose if you were J. K. Rowling struggling to make a living before the success of Harry Potter? What would you do if you were a single parent with a 3 years old child to take care of and worst of all have to depend on social security for a living. Imagine the above scenario, you have to choose between a stable income job that practically will occupied all your time or continue to work on your pet project which there is no certainty if and when the first paycheck will arrive. Well, the above scene played out in Edinburgh almost 10 years ago and the rest as they said, is history. The person that I am referring to is none other than Joanne Rowling, the world know her as J. K. Rowling, the best selling author of The Harry Potter series.
Answer: Is this a question or a tribute/advert for JFK Rowling?
Which Book Has A Picture Of J K Rowling On The Back Cover?From Books & Authors Forum:
Which book has a picture of J K Rowling on the back cover? I saw the back cover of a book somebody was reading, and recognised J K Rowling on the back, in black and white, in front of a book case. Does anyone know what book this would be?
Answer: the adult version
Can You Imagine If J K Rowling Gave Up On Writing The First Harry Potter Book?From Books & Authors Forum:
can you imagine if j k Rowling gave up on writing the first harry potter book? I heard she had some troubles. just goes to show anybody can become the next j k Rowling with belief and dedication! what would you'r childhood have been like if she hadn't Haw writ en it? i think 'EDWIN' is a little jealous. bless
Answer: "just goes to show anybody can become the next j k Rowling with belief and dedication!" No, it still requires talent and ability, which Rowling has. And my childhood would hardly be different without Harry Potter. It's only a fire trucking book.
To J.K. Rowling, Please Give Me All Your Tips On Writing Fantasy, Who Wants To Be A Writer 2 (And An Actor)?From Books & Authors Forum:
To J.K. Rowling, please give me all your tips on writing fantasy, who wants to be a writer 2 (and an actor)? I am writing my own fantasy series and I need all the help I could get, especially from J.K. Rowling, Christopher Golden, and Terry Good kind. I'd really appreciate it if they see this and answer back right away
Answer: Oh honey, I doubt they'll come on here. But I guess if you don't ask you don't get. You could always look on My space or other websites to get in touch with authors; it's surprising how many will actually write to you or talk to you and give you advice. I was writing back and forth to Malorie Black man recently, and she was really lovely. I'm always surprised when successful people deign to have casual conversations with fans and admirers, but they do. Kudos for trying :)
How Did J.K Rowling Wrote Many Of Her Books In Edinburgh?From Books & Authors Forum:
How did J.K Rowling wrote many of her books in Edinburgh? J.K Rowling wrote many of her books in Edinburgh in a _?__.
Answer: ection: News Sunday 15 August 2004 J K Rowling at the Edinburgh Book Festival Lindsey Fraser: Well, we must be the luckiest five hundred people in Edinburgh today. My name is Lindsey Fraser and I am delighted to congratulate you, on behalf of the Edinburgh International Book Festival, on getting up so early on this Sunday morning. Welcome to this very special event. Of course, J K Rowling does not need an introduction, so my job is really very easy today. Thanks to the Harry Potter books, her life has changed dramatically— I am sure that you know how the story goes. Thanks to the Harry Potter books, our lives have changed as well. We are part of an international readership and that is reflected in the fact that some of the people here today have travelled from far and wide. It is like a huge reading club that is immersed in the world that she has created. She does not often talk directly to her readers these days, and no wonder. She is too busy writing huge thick books to get out much, but she has made an exception today, first to read from her latest novel and then to take some of your questions. I know that you want to show how very pleased you are to see her today. Ladies and gentlemen, Jo Rowling. J K Rowling: Morning. I am going to do a very short reading for you from Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, and then I will take some questions. Is there anyone here who has not finished reading the book? I know that there is someone at the back, because I know her and she told me. They seem to be mainly grown-ups: would that be right? If there are any younger people who have not finished reading the book, we need to be careful not to give away the big ending, if you know what I mean. If you have questions about the big ending, maybe you could save them for when you get your book signed afterwards. I try not to ruin people’s appreciation of the book if they are still reading it, so I have chosen a reading from quite early on in the book, just before Harry goes back to Hogwarts. He and Ron get quite a surprise—for Harry, it is quite an unpleasant surprise, I have to say. J K Rowling read an excerpt from Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. Questions from the audience Out of all your books, which one is your favourite? It varies. I would have to say that it is probably Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Exurban, although at the moment—it is unfair of me to say it—Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince is my favourite book. Sorry. I am the only one who has read it and I think it is rather good. I am normally like this when I write a book. Usually when I am just over halfway I normally love it, but by the time I finish it I completely despise it and think it is worthless rubbish. At the moment, I really like how the sixth book is going. A lot happens in the sixth book and a lot of questions are answered. I really have a sense that we are nearly there and it is time for answers, not more questions and clues, although obviously there are a few clues as I am not quite finished yet. I hope that that is sufficiently frustrating for you, knowing that you can’t read it yet! Which books did you read when you were a child and which books do you read now? When I was a child, I would read absolutely anything. My favourite books for younger people would be I Capture the Castle by Dodie Smith, which I really love, The Little White Horse, all the classic children’s books… I love E Nesbit—I think she is great and I identify with the way that she writes. Her children are very real children and she was quite a ground breaker in her day. I also read a lot of adult books. The last novel that I read was Willie Collins’ The Moonstone, which I have been meaning to read for years. It is a cracking read. I have just been on holiday and, for the first time in five years, I did not take any Iris Murdoch with me, because it is so depressing. I was just about to put one in my case and I thought, “Why do this? Why put yourself through this?”, so I didn’t bother. I read Willie Collins instead and it was a much better experience. All the paintings we have seen at Hogwarts are of dead people. They seem to be living through their portraits. How is this so? If there was a painting of Harry’s parents, would he be able to obtain advice from them? That is a very good question. They are all of dead people; they are not as fully realised as ghosts, as you have probably noticed. The place where you see them really talk is in Dumbledore’s office, primarily; the idea is that the previous headmasters and headmistresses leave behind a faint imprint of themselves. They leave their aura, almost, in the office and they can give some counsel to the present occupant, but it is not like being a ghost. They repeat catchphrases, almost. The portrait of Sirius’ mother is not a very D personality; she is not very fully realised. She repeats catchphrases that she had when she was alive. If Harry had a portrait of his parents it would not help him a great deal. If he could meet them as ghosts, that would be a much more meaningful interaction, but as Nick explained at the end of Phoenix—I am straying into dangerous territory, but I think you probably know what he explained—there are some people who would not come back as ghosts because they are unafraid, or less afraid, of death. Who is your favourite character in the books? I have loads of favourite characters. I really like Harry, Ron, Hermione, Ha grid and Tumbledown. I love writing Snape—even though he is not always the nicest person, he is really fun to write. I love writing Dudley. If I could meet anyone, I might choose Lupin. I really like him. My favourite new character is Luna—I am very fond of her. Is Aunt Petunia a Squib? Good question. No, she is not, but—[Laughter]. No, she is not a Squib. She is a Smuggle, but—[Laughter]. You will have to read the other books. You might have got the impression that there is a little bit more to Aunt Petunia than meets the eye, and you will find out what it is. She is not a squib, although that is a very good guess. Oh, I am giving a lot away here. I am being shockingly indiscreet. How do you think of all the names, like Mooney, Worm tail, Pad foot and Prongs? Those names all came out of the creatures that they turned into. I had a lot of fun with those. Worm tail was the most difficult one. My sister loathes rats and her problem with them is their tails, so that is what gave me the idea. You actually know how I get some names because I stole your Mum’s maiden name, didn’t I? You have to be careful if you get friendly with me because you tend to turn up in my books, and if you offend me, you often turn up as a nasty character. I found the name McClain the other day, which I think is a great name. There is a McClain in book six because I thought that it is a surname that is too good to waste. In your stories, will Harry Potter ever grow up as a wizard? Well, I don’t think it is giving too much away to say that he will survive to book seven, mainly because I do not want to be strangled by you lot, but I am not going to say whether he grows any older than that because I have never said that. You are good at putting me on the spot! Are any of your characters based on real people? The only character who is deliberately based on a real person is Gilder Lock hart. [Laughter]. Maybe he is not the one that you would think of, but I have to say that the living model was worse. [Laughter]. He was a shocker! The lies that he told about adventures that he’d had, things he’d done and impressive acts that he had committed… He was a shocking man. I can say this quite freely because he will never in a million years dream that he is Gilder Lock hart. I am always frightened that he is going to turn up one day. He is just one of those people from your past whom you feel you have never quite shaken off. I will look up one day at a signing and he will say, “Hello, Jo”. [Laughter]. Other people have contributed the odd characteristic, such as a nose, to a character, but the only character who I sat down and thought that I would base on someone is Gilder Lock hart. It made up for having to endure him for two solid years. Have you written any other books apart from the Harry Potter books? No. I have written other things that have not been published, which I assure you is no great loss to the world. I have written all sorts of different things but nothing else has been published. Some of it might be published one day—I don’t know. There are some unfinished things that I would quite like to finish but I do not know that I would want them to be published. Of the many, many characters in your books, whose personality is most like yours? There is a theory that every character is an extension of the author’s character, which makes me one of the most disturbed people, I think. [Laughter]. I do not know how many characters I’ve got, but it is nudging up towards 200, so I am really in trouble. Hermione is a bit like me when I was younger. I did not set out to make Hermione like me but she is a bit like me. She is an exaggeration of how I was when I was younger. Harry is a bit like me. If you squeeze together Harry, Ron and Hermione… I find them quite easy to write, and I think that that is because they are a bit like different parts of my personality. When you get to someone like Dolores Um bridge, no way—I am absolutely not like her. She is a horrible woman. What form does Dumbledore’s Patron us take? Good question. Can anyone guess? You have had a clue. There was a little whisper there. It is a phoenix, which is very representative of Tumbledown for reasons that I am sure you can guess. What will the seventh book be called? I think you have been put up to that. [Laughter]. I was asked about Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix live
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