J.K. Rowling’s is known around the world

J.K. Rowling’s is known to everyone in the world, under

“Old-Age”?

And has a new book out.

So?

So, this is February 18th 2014 and the book company still demands a pen name. Why?

Good question.

The pen name, J.K. Rowling’s that we are talking about is,

Joanne Rowling, the creator of Harry Potter and I believe. the richest woman in the world today.

So she should be able to use any name so chosen?

The operative word here is,

‘Woman’!

As a guy, constantly screaming on my blog “ERA” and have it falling on deaf ears, especially woman’s ear and in a southern state like Florida in today’s world is unbelievable to say the least and then to find our that most of those ears belong to Floridian Women is disgraceful!

This is still a mans world, like it or not ladies, just check out our, Florida, governor and state congress if you do not believe me.

However, the hardest thing to swallow is that the women in our state also do not care if the women in this states have the same rights as the men!

Why?

Because most of the women in this state are married or husband is deceased and they are ‘Snowbirds’ that came down from states that already have the ‘ERA’.

This to me is selfish and also disgraceful!

http://equalrightsamendment.org/

Ask me why someday?

J.K. Rowling’s new crime novel Silkworm

Harry potter

Joanne “Jo” Rowling OBE FRSL (born 31 July 1965),

best known by her pen name J. K. Rowling,

is a British novelist, best known as the author of the Harry Potter

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