J.K Rowling: Apple’s MacBook Air ‘changed my life’

Harry Potter author J.K Rowling not only uses a MacBook Air to write, but says that it has changed her life,” Charlie Sorrel reports for Cult of Mac.

Sorrel reports,” Publishers Marketplace: In a rare product endorsement, Rowling proclaimed, “The MacBook Air changed my life.” She added, “I’ve written everywhere, including some very strange places.”

Sorrel writes, “Seeing as Harry Potter started life in an Edinburgh coffee shop, it makes sense for the author to be using Apple’s lightest non-tablet writing machine.”

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    1. Are you trolling? Seems like that’d be your purpose with the name you are using. If you are trolling, and are able to admit it, I’m curious why. It’s a bit of a mystery to me why people troll websites, especially one like this. I can see doing it for a political site in some cases.

    2. Yeah because Rowling could not possibly be telling the truth right a-hole? Get a life, move out of Mom & Dad’s basement, get a job and settle in to your van down by the river (with no Internet access). The world could use a little less self-serving disingenuousness.

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      1. Best piece of long form writing software bar none. I have finished one book and my MLitt on Scrivener and am working on anther book on the History of Squash in Scotland. Being forced to use PCs in my day job as a teacher, I would have written nothing on the pieces of garbage that pass as computers from HP.

  1. From Wikipedia: “Since the release of the first novel Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone on 30 June 1997….” Whow! That Macbook Air of Rowling’s must be worth millions, being a very early pre-study model. Grab it now mr. Sorrel or you’ll be sorry!

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