‘Winds of Winter’ Deadline Confirmed?

‘Winds of Winter’ Deadline Confirmed?

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HBO’s Game of Thrones may have ended, but there are still two more books in the Song of Ice and Fire series. Author George R. R Martin wrote on his live journal, Not a Blog, after the finale aired that, “THE WINDS OF WINTER is very late, I know, I know, but it will be done. I won’t say when, I’ve tried that before, only to burn you all and jinx myself… but I will finish it, and then will come A DREAM OF SPRING”. So we have no official release date, but the very next day George R R Martin …

George R.R. Martin Dismisses Claims That Final ‘Game of Thrones’ Books Finished

George R.R. Martin Dismisses Claims That Final ‘Game of Thrones’ Books Finished

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So that speculation was fun while it lasted.   Image Via USA Today Previously, it was reported that actor Ian McElhinney, the actor who played Barristan Selmy before the Sons of Harpy got to him, stated that George R.R. Martin “struck an agreement with David [Benioff] and Dan [Weiss]…that he would not publish the final two books until the series completed.”   Image Via The Verge Before the actor even said anything, Benioff and Weiss were Google-bombed by angry Redditors who were able to manipulate Google’s algorithms so now their faces appear when you search “bad writers” after the penultimate episode of Game of Thrones Season …

George R.R. Martin Confirms Release Date for ‘Winds of Winter’!

George R.R. Martin Confirms Release Date for ‘Winds of Winter’!

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George R.R. Martin has revealed the release date for Winds Of Winter. It’s been a long time coming, considering his last  book, A Dance With Dragons, came out in October of 2013. Now let’s admit it: We’ve all been a little bit childish with our jokes, our YouTube jokes, but let’s face it: writing is hard. You have to figure out the characters, the plot, how the bloody sentences are structured and if they sound good or not. Then you have to edit the whole thing. (And given how enormous George’s books are, it’s no wonder it took so long. So let’s …