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    1. Oliver Sacks has died aged 82, prompting people from Richard Dawkins to JK Rowling to pay tribute to the beloved neurologist and author. Sacks, the author of celebrated books such as 'The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat' and 'Awakenings', had "a life-well lived", Rowling tweeted. The great, humane and inspirational Oliver Sacks has died. He wrote this recently. That's a life well-lived. pic ...

    2. JK Rowling blames actor Tom Felton for turning school bully character Draco Malfoy into a teenage heartthrob in the 'Harry Potter' film series.

    3. Author applauds actors for social media banter...

    4. When asked on Twitter for her advice by an aspiring writer, JK Rowling advised the young fan to "write on the sly".

    5. Is there more to The Tale of the Three Brothers than meets the eye?

    6. Hearing from your favorite author can be a dream come true. So how do you get J.K. Rowling to respond to you on Twitter? There was once a time when the Harry Potter author was extremely quiet on Twitter, only offering us an occasional update on how busy she was. Now, she seems to really […] The post How to get noticed by J.K. Rowling on Twitter: A Hypable investigation appeared first on Hypable .

    7. What did JK Rowling tell two aspiring authors on Twitter?

      The Christian Science MonitorAug 16 08:45 AM

      JK Rowling's Twitter feed has been a source of positivity for the marginalized, and she continues this trend by giving advice to discouraged writers-to-be.

    8. JK Rowling 'bewitched' by young Egyptian writer

      العربي الجديدAug 17 11:39 AM

      Blog: The best-selling British novelist has offered encouragement and moral support to a young Egyptian female writer who had reached out to her via Twitter.

    9. JK Rowling has taken to Twitter to launch a stinging attack on the Daily Express 's front page, which features a critical story about the BBC filming an episode of Songs of Praise at the Calais migrant camp. The Harry Potter author criticised the paper's owner, media mogul and Ukip donor Richard Desmond, for its outrage over news the BBC will air clips for this week's programme . In a post on ...

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