A Dream of Spring by George R.R. Martin10/14/12 Im just going to go ahead and assume that my daughter, who was negative 7 when A Game of Thrones came out, will be sexually active and possibly married with children by the time this book is released. Just call me Granny.
I promise you this Mr. George Arr Arr Martin, if you have the audacity to die before you finish this series, I will wait patiently until I die as well, all the while plotting my revenge, then I will suck your spirit down into an abyss filled with thousands and thousand of clones of Kathy Bates with sledge hammers and Dr. Quinn Medicine Women. They will all stand in line, each waiting for their chance to break every bone in your body and then heal you in turn. And in the background Ill be playing Fox News Channel. Try me.
And dont even think to ask Jesus for mercy, he hasnt liked you since you killed off Ned Stark. (The show didnt help you any either, he always had a soft spot for Boromir. Seriously, Boromir has to die again?)
Just found this, lurve it.
A Dream of Spring
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George R.R. Martin Secretly Finished the Final Two Game of Thrones Books, Actor Claims
George R. But the author is making an unusually firm pledge to fans that he absolutely will finish his saga. Your patience and unflagging support means the world to me. Enjoy the read. Me, I am back in my fortress of solitude, and back in Westeros. Meanwhile, you have the final season of Game of Thrones coming, and the new show that is not yet officially called The Long Night being cast, and a couple more shows still being scripted… and a few other cool things in the works as well. Winter is not the only thing that is coming.
In a blog post reacting to the Game of Thrones finale, author George R. Martin described his plans for concluding his A Song of Ice and Fire saga, right down to his anticipated word count for the final two volumes, The Winds of Winter and A Dream of Spring. 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. And no. And yes.
HBO has a mixed bag of news for fans of both genre storytelling and George R. The network is developing an adaption of the incredible novel Who Fears Death by Nnedi Okorafor. The author herself made the announcement on Twitter Monday morning. In a genre often criticized for a lack diversity, Who Fears Death would be a rare entry that is nothing but diverse. But while book lovers may be rejoicing, they may be less excited to hear that George R. Martin will be executive producing and adapting the novel for TV.