Under pseudonym Robert Galbraith, she wrote crime novels.
In 2012 she wrote 'The Casual Vacancy' which was translated into 44 languages and adapted into a TV show by BBC in 2015.
She wrote the 'Cuckoo's Calling' in 2013.
She wrote 'Silkworm' in 2014.
Also a crime novel, she wrote 'Career of Evil' in 2015.
All books above was published by Little Brown and adapted into a major television series for BBC One, produced by Brontë Film and television.
Very Good Lives: The Fringe Benifits of Failure and the Importance of Imagination.
She wrote 'Very Good Lives' in 2008 and published in 2015 as an illustrated book in aid of Lumos and in University wide financial at Harvard.
SHE GOT MANY HONERS AND AWARDS INCLUDING...
PEN America Literary Service Award(2016), Freedom of the City of Freedom of London (2012), Hans Christian Anderson Award in Denmark (2010), Chevalier de la Legion d'honneur in France (2009), Lifetime Achievement Award, British Book Award (2008), The Edinburgh Award (2008), Blue Peter Gold Badge (2007), WH Smith Fiction Award (2004), Order of the British Empire, British Book of the Year (2001), British Book Award (1998 and 1999), and Booksellers Association Author of the Year (1998 and 1999).
JK Rowling had earned many achievements during her career selling 450 million copys of her books. Now she is married to Dr. Neil Murray and had a son, David and a Daughter, Mackenzie living in UK. There she is making new books for the whole world to read. Who knows what is yet to come from JK Rowling.