The name of the writer J.K Rowling has not stopped being present in social networks since this morning, as many have even come to think the worst and have begun to circulate that he has lost his life.
J.K Rowling is one of the most famous writers thanks to the Harry Potter saga, however, in recent months millions of people have been against her because of her comments regarding the LGBT community.
This year has undoubtedly been one of the strangest in a long time and for the author it has not been a good one and now her name has been circulated under the hashtag #RIPJKRowling, which has become a trend a few hours ago and many have begun to worry, however, it has nothing to do with the life of the writer.
The reason they have written this is because J.K. has written a book entitled "Troubled Blood”Under the pseudonym Roberth Galbraith, which will be published tomorrow.
The story is about a serial murderer who dresses as a woman while committing violent murders against women.
In "The Silkworm," the second novel in the series, Rowling portrays a transgender character as "unstable and aggressive."
It is worth mentioning that the famous author has already been in the eye of the hurricane this year for her controversial comments towards the transgender community, which is why many users on the Twitter social network declared her “mu3rta” today.
In memory of jk Rowling. She's not dead, but she killed her own career by proudly hating trans people and no one would miss her that much anyway, ”wrote one user on Twitter.
As expected, the hashtag caused immense confusion to all who saw it and that is why Twitter had to clarify in the explanation of the trends section that Rowling was not dead.
On the other hand, there were also those users who came out to defend the author, repudiated the violence of the campaign, called it false news and also spoke of "intolerance."
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Joanne Rowling is known for being the author of the Harry Potter series of books, which have surpassed five hundred million copies sold and has ranked as the twelfth richest woman in the UK.
A few months ago, Rowling's tweets immediately caused a storm of responses from the LGBTQ community and others who were upset with her words.
If sex is not real, there is no attraction towards sex itself, "she tweeted." If sex is not real, the lived reality of women globally is erased. I know and love trans people, but erase the concept s3xo removes the ability of many people to discuss their lives in a meaningful way. I don't hate telling the truth. "
That's how a group of Harry Potter fans shared their disapproval of Rowling's post and encouraged followers to donate to a group that supports transgender women.
One of the things that was possibly applauded by Harry Porrer fans is that the writer launched a free online publication of the new story entitled "The Ickabog" as one more option for children to be distracted and also reduce the time that happen in video games or TV shows.
"The Ickabog" was born of the author's own inventiveness, who revealed Tuesday that she wrote the fairy tale for more than a decade to tell her children at bedtime.
The story is for children between 7 and 9 years old and takes place in an imaginary land where a story is raised that addresses "abuse and power". It is worth mentioning that on this occasion, the story does not wait for any relationship with any of Rowling's other books.
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