George R.R. Martin Really Wants To Finish The Winds Of Winter By 2016

By | May 17, 2021

George R.R. Martin Really Wants To Finish The Winds Of Winter By 2016

George RR Martin has spoken out on the status of his latest Song of Ice and Fire novel, The Winds of Winter, and he is desperately trying to get it done before Season 6 of Game of Thrones.

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George RR Martin FAILS to Deliver Winds of Winter | ASOIAF Fans Sold Out for HBO Max and Hollywood

Winds of Winter WILL NOT be out in 2022 and it looks like it may NEVER come out as i have stated in the past. GRRM gave up an update a few days ago and the news isn’t good if you are an A Song of Ice and Fire fan. Bottom line, fans of the books have been sold out for HBOMAX and Hollywood so we can have an ASOIAF ‘cinematic’ universe. Based on a couple of unfinished book series.
George gets salty on the fans and admits there are too many distractions (that he brought on himself) and it looks like he is getting close to calling it. Add the woke abomination that is SciFi and Fantasy publishing, a poor work ethic, ASOIAF getting too big, and Game of Thrones ending in disaster all conspiring to distract George from the one thing he needs to get done to make the rest go. The Winds of Winter.
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George R. R. Martin Breaks His Silence On GoT Finale

When Game of Thrones first premiered on HBO, the showrunners had the first books in George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series to adapt, and many fans assumed that Martin would have the series finished a few seasons into the show.

This wasn’t the case, however, as the show wrapped up before the book series ever did, meaning that fans are still waiting to see how Martin will end the story on the page. Some hope it will be much different than the controversial TV finale. George R.R. Martin has finally broken his silence on the Game of Thrones finale, so let’s take a look at what he had to say.

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Stephen Colbert’s full extended interview with “The Rise of the Dragon” author George R.R. Martin includes fascinating insights about his process for writing complicated interwoven characters and histories, about the science fiction and mystery stories that inspired him as a young man, and about how climate change and the threat of nuclear war have dimmed his optimism about our future. “Game of Thrones” fans should watch to the end for an update on Martin’s progress in finishing the book everyone is waiting for, “The Winds of Winter.” #Colbert #TheRiseoftheDragon #GeorgeRRMartin #GameofThrones #TheWindsofWinter

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