By Simon Kuperberg / Business Insider Business Insider / January 31, 2018 5:05pm GMT – 0 commentsJK Rowling’s best-selling fantasy series Harry Potter and the Cursed Child was a huge hit for fans, and has been nominated for five Hugo Awards and a Peabody for best novel.
Now, the author is taking another stab at winning another Hugo for her latest book.
JK Rowling has been shortlisted for the Hugo Award for best short story.
It is not the first time that Rowling has secured a nomination.
In 2012, she was nominated for the Nebula Award for Best Novel, and in 2016, she won the Nebula and Hugo Awards.
Rowling said in a statement that she was very proud to have been nominated by both the Nebula Awards and the Hugo Awards for the short story, but that she had to make a decision on which book to buy.
“The decision on the next book was about a year in the making.
We were working on a trilogy of books, but in the end decided to wait until we could publish the final book.
I had the chance to read the first book, but then decided that it wasn’t quite what I wanted to write about, so I took the decision to make the book that I wanted.”
The first two books of the Harry Potter series have sold more than 10 million copies.
Rowling has a large fanbase in the UK, where the series has been the biggest-selling author in the history of the publishing industry.
Rowling, who is also an American, has also published two books in the US.
Rowling will not be speaking at the awards ceremony in 2019, but will speak at the annual Hugo Awards ceremony in November.
“I’m delighted to have the opportunity to celebrate this award with my fans, with a selection of the winners, and a great opportunity to thank them for their support,” Rowling said.
“But I will be speaking to the Hugo Foundation in 2019 to share the results of our research on which short stories are the best and which books are the worst.”