Friday, 07 Aug 2020

Her book got rejected by publisher, J.K. Rowling feels happy about it


J.K. RowlingJ.K. Rowling - When detective book, Cormoran Strike hit the world publishing industry, the name J.K Rowling was again raised. She is known to use a pseudonym, Robert Galbraith. Apparently the sensation of carrying her big name has a big impact on her. When the detective book series was rejected by the publisher, she claimed to be happy with it, especially because she was not recognized by the publisher.

"I don't want to always use the name J.K Rowling. I always want to write a crime novel and don't want to do it with fanfare" said J.K Rowling when interviewed by Telegprah. "So I submitted the manuscript anonymously and it all went great. I enjoyed getting a rejection letter again. It was fantastic, like in the past" she continued.

When the rejection occurred, she had thought of publishing three books afterwards. But unfortunately J.K Rowling's identity was revealed and spread on Twitter. A member of the law firm told his wife's best friend, who then shared the news on Twitter. She said that initially it was a leak and there were many investigations in circulation to reveal the figure of Robert Galbraith.

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