If you’re still struggling with the moral struggle to separate art from artist, fret no more! JK Rowling made whatever her fans left behind easier by REMOVING LINE BETWEEN REAL LIFE AND PHOTOS.
Her sixth novel in Cormoran Strike detective series published by her under the pseudonym Robert Galbraithfell on Tuesday and it was a shocking departure from the imaginative world of Harry Potter. Not only because it takes place in a world without magic but because it seems to be all about her personal experience as a celebrity being canceled!
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Black Heart Ink is all about a famous cartoon creator named Edie Ledwell, who suddenly finds her audience turning when she’s accused of racism, racism, and yes, agoraphobia distorted. Her life is ruined by “social justice fighters”, and she is tricked and eventually murdered.
This is the most obvious self-inserting character since Michael Scarn, FBI. This woman used to be able to create the world, if nothing else. JFC.
Of course, in the world JK has created, her avatar terrorists are actually motivated by a shadowy figure with an ulterior motive to kill the mob that has awakened on her. OK, we guess that’s still pretty imaginative! LOL – League of Legends!
Interestingly, the once-favorite children’s author swears this was NOT inspired by her real-life controversies, in which she has time and again fought against transgender rights. and was reprimanded by fans, as well as Harry Potter movie stars like Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson. She told Graham Norton on his radio show at the weekend it was written before All controversies:
“I should be clear after certain things happened last year that this wasn’t described… I wrote the book before certain things happened to me online. I said to my husband, ‘I think people would take this as a reaction to what happened to me,’ but it really isn’t. The first draft of the book was completed by the time certain things had happened. “
Well, the book just came out this week. But Rowling’s controversy and backlash has been going on since December 2019 when she publicly supported a woman who was fired for arguing that transgender women are not women. It has received signals to be boosted many times, especially by JK himself, who infamously doubled down in a June 2020 essay.
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So in your opinion, how was the first draft of this book done before that? The previous Cormoran Strike book, the fifth, is titled Blood of troublepublished in September 2020. She wants us to believe that the first draft of this sixth edition was made 10 months ago. that?? And is it all just a shocking coincidence that she, too, has been attacked online for agoraphobia? Right…
It’s like a coincidence that her pseudonym, Robert Galbraith, just like that happen is the last and middle name of Robert Galbraith Heath, a 20th-century psychiatrist and pioneer in gay conversion therapy, who claims to have successfully turned a gay man into heterosexuality using electric shocks to the brain. A man who believes that homosexuality and other genders are the result of curable physical defects. It’s just a coincidence that he’s the type of person with opposite views that might suit her. After all, Galbraith is such a popular name that could have happened to anyone.
For what it’s worth, she claims the pseudonym was inspired by her “hero”. Robert Kennedy and Galbraith is from… well, she has no good reason for that.
“Galbraith came for a somewhat odd reason. When I was a kid, I really wanted to be called ‘Ella Galbraith’, and I don’t know why. I don’t even know how I knew that they existed, because I can’t remember ever meeting anyone with them.”
What a wild coincidence! Like the description of Harry Potter resembles Tim Hunter in Neil Gaiman‘S Books about magic. There are so many coincidences surrounding this woman, right?
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