Harry Potter author JK Rowling is to return to writing for children after her adult book 'The casual vacancy' was panned by critics.
"God knows what she was thinking about" said Ian Rankin "The adult book was so bad I'm surprised that it was even published. She should have stuck to the under twelve market. I think that it will be better for all of us if she never writes for adults again."
Rowling's publisher released a statement that they were looking forward to her next kids book. It will be a horror story about a creepy character with white hair and an odd Yorkshire accent. He is accompanied by a man who appeals to children by asking them to join his gang.
"It will mix reality and fiction and hopefully be very scary." Rowling herself commented. "I had planed to write a horror novel for adults based on my experiences of being stalked by 'The News of the World' but I'm going write about a magical character who makes children's dreams come true only for it to turn sour when they are imprisoned by him."
Asked about the possibility of the new book being made into a film Rowling commented "I hope so. Rupert Grint could play the lead as he looks scary to children."