What would you do if you had an army?
The answer: Leave a note and ask a friend to do the same.
That’s what Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling revealed in a new memoir, titled “Abandon all Hope,” that will be released on Nov. 11.
Rowling said the idea came from her time working in the Army.
She also said that one of the reasons she wrote the book was to raise awareness for PTSD, a disease that affects veterans and civilians.
The author told Rolling Stone, “I was trying to understand why so many veterans were living with this, and I was hoping to find a way to help them get through it, because it was a tough time for them.”
Rowling said she and her husband, J. K. Rowling, knew there would be some people who were “trying to get by” while others were “going through hell.”
“But I knew that some of those people were not going to get through the pain they were going through by themselves, and that I would help them do that,” she said.
“That’s why I decided to write the book, and to help these people get through this.”
Rowling’s book, which is titled “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix,” comes as her new series “A Christmas Carol” comes to an end.
It will be the last installment of a seven-book trilogy that began with “A Feast for Crows” in March 2019.
A few of the new episodes are slated to air on Nov, 1.
It is the first time the Harry Potter books will be available online, with Netflix streaming the last three films.
Rowling’s books, which include a “Harry and the Goblet of Fire” and “A Wizard and the Princess Bride” story, are based on the Harry and Molly novels.
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As for her children, “Harry,” 5, “Avatar,” 6, “A Wrinkle in Time,” 9 and 10 are all living with their father, who was killed in Iraq in 2006.
Her other sons, 8, 9, 11, 14 and 15, are now living with her mother, who died in 2015.
Rowling was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder in her late 20s.
Her mother died in 2016, and her father died in 2012.
“The idea that I’d have a son, that I could raise him in a normal home environment,” she told Rolling Stones magazine.
“I could do that, and my children could do it.”
She also shared that she and co-author J.B. Rowling were married on the day of their son’s diagnosis.
“We were married the day we knew the diagnosis,” she wrote.
“And it’s one of those things where the truth is, you know, you’re a human being and you’re not always going to be able to do everything perfectly.
But I’m not the one who is going to do it, so I can’t do it.
I just can’t.”