The Girl Next Door: 1

She lived in a world of fantasy that her tiny hands would create through stories. Books were her happy place.
Life was hard, the frequent illness of her mother could not let her live peacefully.
Graduation did not bring any employment for her.
The loving violence of her married life crushed her down. She would look in the mirror to find a dejected soul. Physical beauty was seldom visible on a face filled with the wrinkles of clinical depression. A life of failed marriage and single parenthood was shattering.
The fine day arrived, beams of hope fell on her and the inspiration of a young boy’s story dawned. She was doubtful of herself, her gender might prevent the story from reaching its target audience. It was thus she disguised herself under a pen name that would foreshadow her gender.
The world was soon enchanted by the magic of her pen; the fictional young boy took people on a wizardry adventure and conquered the world as the best selling book series.
The girl was Joanne Rowling, a manifestation of charm.

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