Harry Potter retold new book, Terrie, The Sorcerer, released and news about it

Harry Potter book secretly retold and rewritten and published as a new fantasy book: Terrie, The Sorcerer, by author with penname: Loic Cabrel, with ambivalence from Harry Potter author J. K. Rowling.

Joanne Rowling (British-born in 31 July 1965), writing under the pen names J. K. Rowling (Harry Potter fantasy series) and Robert Galbraith (Cormoran Strike crime series), has been ambivalent in a retold and rewritten and self-published Harry Potter book as a new fantasy book: Terrie, The Sorcerer, with an author under penname Loic Cabrel.

Some Scottish folks strongly say J. K. Rowling has read and being ambivalent, but approved the publishing at publishing site Smashwords and at its Smashwords Store, of a new book titled: Terrie, The Sorcerer, a fantasy book and a Harry Potter retelling book, by an English-speaking French author under penname Loic Cabrel.

The French author on her author page LoicCabrelCM at self-publisher Smashwords says:

• Loic Cabrel, the reteller and rewriter of Harry Potter,
• Retelling and rewriting Harry Potter in an alternative universe in a new fantasy series as Terrie,
• Retelling and rewriting Harry Potter in a new fantasy book as Terrie, The Sorcerer,

• Terrie, The Sorcerer, a new novel about Sorcerers and Sorceresses in a Sorcering State, in a School of Sorcerycraft and Sorcery: Scholaria,
• VS.
• Harry Potter, an older novel about Witches and Wizards in a Wizarding World, in a School of Witchcraft and Wizardry: Hogwarts

The Book’s short summary states: “Terrie, The Sorcerer, a fantasy novel, that is the tale of a ten-year-old orphaned saint sorcerer, Terrie, who selected as Saviour of Souls and aided by the saints, travels to the Wizarding World (Sorcering State) to save souls of children in a School of Witchcraft and Wizardry (School of Sorcerycraft and Sorcery), seized and sacrificed by the satanists and the Sacrificer of Souls.”

Its long summary states: “In a sorcering world, Terrie, a saint sorcerer staying in a sorcerers’ settlement in the human world, on his tenth birthday, sees himself of a sorcering status to own a sorcering stick to shoot and strike spells and sorceries as sorcerers. He is also selected as Saviour of Souls to save souls sacrificed to satanic spirits by satanic sorcerers. Terrie thus travels to the sorcering state where he goes for the souls’ salvation with the allied saintly sorcerers including his family’s friends and familiars and fellows who are all also led by his archfriend, the Saver of Souls, with whom all he forms the Camaraderie of the Saviour of Souls. They are opposed by the alien satanic sorcerers who are all led by his archenemy, the Sacrificer of Souls, all forming a Comradeship of the Sacrificer of Souls for the sacrificing of souls. Terrie in his adventures, must act within the time span to save the souls which are still in the stage-by-stage and step-by-step sending to the satanic spiritual section. He adventures across strange and savage sorcering sceneries and surroundings, and sees beings and beasts, all of whom attempt to shoot and strike out his soul of his self to stop him from his salvation. Terrie escaping them travels at the end to the sorcering Source where stays the sorcering spirits, and saves the souls and sends them back to their respective selves, and also breathes in their bodies to bring them back as alas all the someones whose souls had been sacrificed are saved.”

So many who have shopped for the book at book distributor Smashwords at its Smashwords Store primarily say already it might much more be better than Harry Potter.

Rowling’s first foray into pen naming came with the first Harry Potter book, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone in the United States) when at the time Barry Cunningham of Bloomsbury Children’s Books accepted the book, and being less concerned about the book’s length than about its author’s name, as the title sounded like a boys’ book to him, and he believed boys preferred books by male authors, as he anticipated that the target audience of young boys might not want to read a book written by a woman. Her publishers asked that she use two initials rather than her full name. As she had no middle name, she chose K (for Kathleen) as the second initial of her pen name, from her paternal grandmother. Rowling therefore adopted the nom de plume J.K. Rowling just before publication of the book.

Interviewer Christiane Amanpour during a previous CNN interview had quizzed her about her J. K. Rowling pen name, and Rowling explained that her Harry Potter publisher, Bloomsbury, wanted to “disguise” her gender to appeal to both sexes.
She said: “They [Bloomsbury] said to me, we think this is a book that will appeal to boys and girls… And they said, so could we use your initials? Because, basically they were trying to disguise my gender.
“And obviously, that lasted about three seconds, because — which is wonderful, I’m certainly not complaining, but the book won an award and I got a big advance from America and I got a lot of publicity.”
She added that she was “outed” as a woman and agreed with the interviewer that she was a “strong role model”. However she explained that her gratitude in being published (Rowling was originally rejected by 12 publishers in a row) meant she would have called herself “Rupert” if Bloomsbury had asked.
Rowling said: “I quite like J K… I wouldn’t have chosen it, but I was so grateful to be published, if they told me to call myself Rupert, I probably would have done to be honest with you.”
She added: “But now, I actually quite like having a pen name, because to an extent that feels like an identity and then in private life, I’m Jo Murray. And it feels like quite a nice separation.”

As for her second pen name, Robert Galbraith for the first Cormoran Strike book The Cuckoo’s Calling, after it was revealed her true identity, Rowling said she had enjoyed working under a pseudonym. On her Robert Galbraith website, Rowling explained that she took the name from one of her personal heroes, Robert Kennedy, and a childhood fantasy name she had invented for herself, Ella Galbraith.

So as to say and conclude, could it be that the spreading and persisting rumours about this affair presently, of a suppose secrecy about it all, could be part of a wider speculation as the entire affair could be a marketing and publicity stunt as was said to be the case in the Robert Galbraith and Cormoran Strike case? What about the disclosure then, and who or whom well started revealing it? Well…, we will have to wait in the future to see the end of it all.

Caleb Cabrel