J.K.Rowling | Page 2 | Sunday Observer


25 April, 2021

One of the greatest and most famous writers J.K.Rowling was born on July 31,1965 at the Yate General Hospital near Bristol, UK.

Her father, Peter, was an aircraft engineer while her mother Anne was a science technician. J.K. Rowling’s mother Anne was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis when Rowling was a teenager and died in 1990. Rowling also had a younger sister named Di.

J.K. Rowling was a book lover. She said that “I live for books”. J.K. Rowling wanted to be a writer from an early age.

She also wrote a book at the age of six, a story about the rabbit called Rabbit. She wrote her first novel at the age of eleven about Seven cursed diamonds.

She studied at Exeter University where she read widely. After her degree, she moved to London where she did many jobs. J.K.Rowling conceived the idea of Harry Potter while sitting in a delayed train. She began to map all seven books of the series.

J.K. Rowling married in 1992 and had a daughter, Jessica, in 1993. She returned to the UK to live in Edinburgh with Jessica and with the first three chapters of Harry Potter. In her free time she continued writing. Finally, her book was published. After her book was published many people ignored her books But soon, her books were famous around the world and she succeeded in achieving her dream.


M.N.F Naqaa

Grade 9

Hill Country International School