College Humor published “7 Excerpts from J.K. Rowling’s New Books,” imaginary manuscripts written by the author in her post-Harry Potter life.
In the satirical piece, Rowling’s impersonator tries to craft a World War II novel, a science-fiction thriller, and a horror adventure. In the horror manuscript, the writer worries that “your most talented years are behind you” and “your career has peaked.”
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