J.K. Rowling shares her rejection letter on Twitter to help aspiring authors

New Delhi:Before becoming a legend, even J.K. Rowling had to struggle a lot. 'The Casual Vacancy' writer was rejected a multiple times for 'The Harry Potter' books before it became a craze and eventually a fixation. Apart from these, the series of crime fiction book named as 'The Cormoran Strike Novels' that were written by her under the pen name of Robert Galbraith were also spurned. Rowling is a living and breathing proof that even after becoming a published author it has nothing to do with your flair or how great a writer you are. In an effort to comfort the budding authors, Rowling posted her rejection letters related to The Cormoran Strike, her first novel series as Galbraith. Even after pitching under the name Galbraith without revealing her true identity, she had to face many affront. However, she kept on trying even after being rejected many times and motivated herself to write further. On being asked how she kept herself motivated, she tweeted :