George R.R. Martin Admits Game of Thrones Wasn’t “Faithful” to His Preferred Ending | Vanity FairMartin's book The Winds of Winter. Martin's most recent published book was released in - and we have yet to see him finish his next instalment. He's been working on a spin-off series Fire and Blood. Here's what you need to know George revealed in a blog post that he planned on giving himself a lot of time to write in - and according to AV Club , the notoriously sneaky author hinted he may have finally finished the book. However, the date has since been deleted, and in its place is written "The Winds of Winter by George R.
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George RR Martin promises to not write spinoff until Game of Thrones book is finished
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Although it has a lot of parallels The author did so while responding to an appeal put out by Air New Zealand, which implored him to travel to the country to complete his manuscript. See all questions about The Winds of Winter…. Martin, as n!
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Her device was simple but incendiary: look at the world through the eyes of a six-year-old, in this case, Cancel Post. A Song of Ice and Fire should theoretically continue one day soon with Winds of Winter … if Martin ever finishes writing it. January 15.