With the 2020 election approaching see the Trump family tree. [146] The novel, a detective story in which private investigator Cormoran Strike unravels the supposed suicide of a supermodel, sold 1,500 copies in hardback (although the matter was not resolved as of 21 July 2013[update]; later reports stated that this number is the number of copies that were printed for the first run, while the sales total was closer to 500)[147] and received acclaim from other crime writers[146] and critics[148]—a Publishers Weekly review called the book a "stellar debut",[149] while the Library Journal's mystery section pronounced the novel "the debut of the month". Feldman, Roxanne (September 1999). Lewis, "You can lead a fool to a book but you can't make them think", "New Interview with J.K. Rowling for Release of Dutch Edition of "Deathly Hallows, "Rowling's Christian critics miss the mark", "J.K. Rowling Had An Incredible Twitter Fight With the Westboro Baptist Church", "JK Rowling and the savage Twitter game: the Harry Potter author's most sassy tweets", "I'm not writing for the money: It's for me and out of loyalty to fans. "[175] At the end of 2007, Rowling said that the encyclopaedia could take up to ten years to complete. [160], On 17 February 2014, Rowling announced that the second Cormoran Strike novel, named The Silkworm, would be released in June 2014. [262][263] Rowling has been referred to as a trans-exclusionary radical feminist (TERF) on multiple occasions, though she rejects the label. "Amanda offered to pay for the group and took out the business credit card. [188], In 2005, Rowling and MEP Emma Nicholson founded the Children's High Level Group (now Lumos). [219], In a 2006 interview with Tatler, Rowling noted that, "like Graham Greene, my faith is sometimes about if my faith will return. [215] Rowling later explained her position in greater detail, stating that although she opposed most of Benjamin Netanyahu's actions, she did not believe the cultural boycott would bring about the removal of Israel's leader or the improvement of the situation in Israel and Palestine. [77] Rowling moved from her flat with the money from the Scholastic sale, into 19 Hazelbank Terrace in Edinburgh. [26] Rowling was writing Harry Potter at the time and had never told her mother about it. [26] The family moved to the nearby village of Winterbourne when Rowling was four. [85], The sixth book, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, was released on 16 July 2005. ", "Leveson inquiry: JK Rowling and Sienna Miller give evidence", "About the Books: transcript of J.K. Rowling's live interview on Scholastic.com", "Leveson phone-hacking inquiry: JK Rowling among 'core participants, "JK Rowling tells Leveson inquiry of press intrusion", "J.K. Rowling chased from home by press, she says", "I feel duped and angry at David Cameron's reaction to Leveson", "Benedict Cumberbatch, Alfonso Cuaron, Maggie Smith Back U.K. Press Regulation", "J.K. Rowling facing backlash after supporting researcher who lost her job over transphobic tweets", "J.K. Rowling Criticized After Tweeting Support for Anti-Transgender Researcher", "JK Rowling defends woman who lost employment tribunal over transgender tweets", "Judge rules against researcher who lost job over transgender tweets", "Test case rules against Maya Forstater, tax expert sacked over transgender tweet", "We can speak up and we can be heard: Maya Forstater", "If sex isn't real, there's no same-sex attraction.