Everyone has heard of J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter books, which have outshined their triumph transition all over the world. The books, which have achieved a total sale of more than 35 million copies, in over 35 languages, are very thick but are being swallowed by children and teenagers who can’t get enough.
Everyone knows the story about the little wizard who must go through much evil in the human world in order to find happiness at Hogwarts school for wizards. Hogwarts is set in a parallel world, which is inhabited with strange creatures and offers many exciting adventures. In this world Harry leads the battle against the evil Lord Voldemort and his followers with Hermione Granger and Ron Weasly, which are the names of his best friends.
Lord Voldemort, who wants to fight to get the power in the wizard world, exposes Harry to the most terrible dangers in all of the ...view middle of the document...
She was born in 1965 as the daughter of a Scottish French mother and an English father. Reportedly, they met each other at Kings Cross Station, which is the departing station for the train, which sends wizard students from the Muggle world to Hogwarts. Joanne's childhood was safe and comfortable, but at the age of 15, her mother was diagnosed with sclerosis, which had an influence on her later. She had a lot of seizures caused by depressions.
In 1987, she successfully graduated from the University of Exeter, located in South West England. Here she had studied French and classic literature. She moved to London and worked in a short period for Amnesty International. She did not have much money. So when she started to develop the idea for the Harry Potter series in 1990, she could not afford a computer or the mechanical typewriter. The ideas which she made up, had to be remembered in the head. 1990 was also the year where her mother died.
The following year Joanne went to Portugal to teach English. This was the location for writing the book. She had a lot of ideas and turned out to start all over 10 times in the very first chapter. She married a Portuguese man, whom she had met at an English course. She had a child, Jessica, whom she took to Britain when she and her husband were divorced in 1993. The Harry Potter book filled half a suitcase as she travelled home!
Joanne moved to Edinburgh in Scotland, which was the place where her sister, Dianne had settled down. Joanne read stories aloud to his sister, who loved them. However, Joanne lived in a 1 -bedroom apartment, and she could not afford to get her passport. She was often unemployed and had to write in small blocks of cafes, but her daughter was in the stroller and slept . She could not afford to copy the book that had been done, and instead she wrote it twice on an old typewriter. Then she went to the library and found a list of agents , of which she chose two that she sent the manuscripts to .
Then there was her fortune is made , and Harry Potter , as we know him , was a part of our consciousness.