The English writer JK Rowling – now richer than the Queen – ten years ago lived from hand in the mouth. The invention of the student's magic "Harry Potter" but she made famous overnight. Seven volumes were planned from the beginning, and now she has reached her seventh. How well then go on with Mrs. Rowling? Steep climb with a rousing idea was Joanne 31 July 1965, the first child of Rolls Royce Manager Peter Rowling and his wife Anne, a laboratory assistant in the English Yate, Gloucestershire, was born.
Two years later, little sister, Dianne. Joanne wrote her first story already with six years – the main characters were a sick rabbit, and a large bee. With nine years, she wrote another story about seven missing diamonds. After attending a comprehensive school, she studied the classics and studying French at the University of Exeter. In these studies, she spent a year working in Paris as a Teaching Assistant.
She worked long after that including a time as a research assistant at Amnesty International in London and wrote two adult novels, which she never published, and allegedly even destroyed. In 1991 she moved to Portugal in order to teach English as a Foreign Language. She married in 1992, the Portuguese television journalist Jorge Arantes. In 1993 her daughter Jessica was born. A few months later they divorced and Joanne returned to England with her baby. Already in 1990 she had had the first idea of "Harry Potter", but in 1995 she finished her work she wants to have actually written only for himself.