J.K. Rowling, the beloved author of the Harry Potter series, is still writing. Although she is best known for her work in the fantasy genre, she has also been writing crime novels under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith.
The first novel in the Cormoran Strike series, The Cuckoo’s Calling, was published in 2013 under the Galbraith pseudonym. The novel was a success, but it wasn’t until the true identity of Robert Galbraith was revealed that the series truly took off. Since then, Rowling has continued to write under the Galbraith pseudonym, releasing four more novels in the series.
The Cormoran Strike series is distinct from Rowling’s other work, as it is a crime novel rather than a fantasy. Rowling has stated that she chose to write under the Galbraith pseudonym to keep the distinction between her fantasy and crime writing, and to ensure that readers know what to expect from a Cormoran Strike novel.
Rowling has also stated that she enjoys writing under the Galbraith pseudonym because it allows her to write without the pressure of her fame. She is able to write without worrying about the expectations of her fans, and can focus solely on the story she is telling.
Despite her success as Robert Galbraith, Rowling is still best known for her work in the fantasy genre. She has stated that she will continue to write both fantasy and crime novels, and that she is currently working on the sixth novel in the Cormoran Strike series.
So, while J.K. Rowling is still writing, she is doing so under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith. The Cormoran Strike series is distinct from her other work, and she has stated that she will continue to write both fantasy and crime novels. Fans of Rowling’s work can look forward to more novels from the beloved author in the future.