Axtlar said:ok...but let's face it: it's impossible for the same kids(Harry, Ron and Hermoine) to be the heroes and the ones in trouble and adventures all the time, in every freaking book, who's gonna believe that? if they were old and protectors of the peace or whatever then that's a different story, but that is one of the reasons I think Harry Potter books/movies just can't be
Axtlar said:Yeah and she (J.K. Rowling) copied off Tolkien's methods in having a good story just to be famous and have money unlike Tolkien who did it for hobbies..and Rowling even used the name method as Tolkien, example: J.R.R Tolkien, J.K. Rowling
Wikipedia said:Rowling's surname is pronounced like "rolling". Her full name is "Joanne Rowling", not, as is often assumed, "Joanne Kathleen Rowling". Before publishing her first volume, Bloomsbury feared that the target audience of young boys might be reluctant to buy books written by a female author. They requested that Rowling use two initials, rather than reveal her first name. As she had no middle name, she chose K from her grandmother's name Kathleen, as the second initial of her pseudonym. The name Kathleen has never been part of her legal name. She calls herself "Jo" and claims, "No one ever called me 'Joanne' when I was young, unless they were angry."