JK Rowling receives a fellow literati support

JK Rowling has dug up an almighty pot and received quite many haters over her views being transphobic. Now, the critics are stepping back.

Lately, some of the famous literature figures railed Harry Potter‘s author for her work. Among them, the few were Ian McEwan, Griff Rhys Jones, Frances Barber, and Sir Tom Stoppard.

Support from the fellow literati

JK Rowling’s latest Cormoran Strike book called Troubled Blood received much hate after its release on September 15.

#RIPJKRowling was the hashtag used by the readers, and it started trending on social media. The Trans-activists and supporters slammed JK Rowling for her earlier comment and the plotline of Cormoran Strike.

The letter states that the JK rowling is a victim of “an insidious, literature figure and trend on social media.”The hashtag was to mention that the writer is further degraded in social media.” After this, she got huge supporters from the literature platform.

Tags on social media to slam the writer

“Just the latest example of hate speech directed against her” was the most famous hashtag used to slam her. Social media was the central platform where she is degraded.

Meanwhile, the support letter was signed by all the prominent icons of the literature. Ian McEwan, actor Griff Rhys Jones, Frances Barber, and the famous playwright, Sir Tom Stoppard, and 58 members signed it.

Piers Morgan tweet about the hashtag

He said that the hashtag trend speaks volumes about the “Woke Brigade.”

Threats faced by JK Rowling made her stronger than before

The social media disagreed against JK Rowling began surfacing since she did act about the transgender community. Death threats and abuses were thrown against JK Rowling on social media.

 

Rowling about the publication Troubled blood

JK Rowling exposed Galbraith’s blog that ‘Real-life killers inspire Troubled Blood’s’ controversial subject. She defended herself amid transphobia row, and she stood with all her terms and conditions.

That was irrespective of the fear about her future in the field of literature and publications. The force of abuse which upgraded the letter new comes after the publication of Troubled Blood was based on a ‘transvestite serial killer.’

Rowling described that the characters were loosely based on real-life killers and their practices. They are manipulators and fetishized and stole women’s clothing. Even that had critics about her publication made her a stronger person, she indeed had supporters from her fellow literati.

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