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J. K. Rowling
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Birth name

Joanne Rowling


July 31, 1965







Joanne "Jo" Rowling, commonly known as J. K. Rowling, is the author of the much acclaimed Harry Potter books.

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[...], a book with five hundred blank pages. [...]: as long as that book exists you will be immortal. Nothing will be able to kill you, no disease, no weapons - as long as the book remains intact.
Meggie Folchart,
Inkspell, Ch. 59 - The Adderhead

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  • Cornelia Funke has been referred as the "German J. K. Rowling" in media.[citation needed]
  • Funke revealed that how J. K. Rowling killed the character Sirius Black may have been the inspiration for Dustfinger's death in Inkspell.[1]

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  1. Did you know that ...... Joanne K. Rowling, author of "Harry Potter", has something to do with Dustfinger's death? - "Did you know...?" section of Funke's official website