J.K. Rowling Two New Novels in the Works; Author Confirms No ‘Newt Scamander’ Books

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J.K. Rowling New Book: Two Novels in the Works; Author Confirms No 'Newt Scamander Novels'

Fans and book readers that are waiting for a J.K. Rowling new book will be delighted to know that the author will be releasing, not just one, but two surely awesome novels sometime soon.

The 51-year-old best-selling author gave her fans the best Christmas present. On Wednesday, Rowling responded to a fan’s tweet asking, “When do we get a new novel?” The fan also praised Rowling’s first screenplay in the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them movie. With that, the author of the Harry Potter series replied on Twitter that she is in fact “working on it (literally).”

J.K. Rowling New Book

Fans immediately went a bit too enthusiastic about the news and continued to flood the author questions about the upcoming books. However, those who are looking forward to another novel about Newt Scamander will be disappointed to know that it is not the book J.K. Rowling is currently writing.

When one fan excitedly proclaimed a Newt Scamander novel is in the works, Rowling was quick to refute, “There won’t be Newt Scamander novels. Only movies.”

Still, any book from the author will be a welcome addition to many readers’ to-read list and bookshelves. While there is no confirmation on what the books will be about, whether they will be a standalone or something related to the Wizarding World, J.K. Rowling spilled that one will be under her name while the other is going to be under her pseudonym Robert Galbraith.

She also shared that she is “not sure which will come out first” yet the British novelist promises she will let everyone know as soon as she will get a word.

As of now, fans will have to be patient for the upcoming J.K. Rowling new book as there is no date set for the release yet, along with other details. According to Rowling’s spokesman, there is no detail as of now regarding the “content or publication dates” of the new books by J.K. Rowling.

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