J. K. Rowling’s Top 10: Good Tips for Writing a Book

Sumantha McMahon

I bet J.K. Rowling could give us some good tips for writing a book – she does, after all, epitomise a modern day ‘zero to hero’ story.   Since J.K. Rowling’s global success many aspiring authors have been born.  By giving rare interviews and immersing herself instead into writing and charity work, Rowling has done very little to quench the insatiable appetite for finding out what her ‘J.K. Rowling tips on writing’ are.

But, if you look closely, you can see how she has sprinkled some handy top writing tips into the public domain.  By observing her works, life, process and interviews, once can deduce quite a good ‘J.K. Rowling tips on writing’ list.  Here’s mine:

1.       Fail to plan, plan to fail

One most commonly preached top writing tips is to plan well.  ‘Harry Potter’ was born in Manchester, on a train during a delayed journey to London.  Rowling…

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