July 2, 2022

“A Track of Ice and Fireplace” fanatics had been looking ahead to George R.R. Martin to complete writing “The Winds of Wintry weather” for over a decade now; the final e book within the sequence, “A Dance with Dragons,” got here out in 2011, the similar yr that “Sport of Thrones” premiered on HBO.

At this level, the e book has nearly transform a legend in its personal time, an unfinished totem that lives within the creativeness. However Martin is himself nonetheless operating on it, and is assured sufficient that he is publishing little updates on his weblog. “After all completed a grasp of Cersei chapters that had been giving me suits,” he wrote the opposite day. “Now I’m wrestling with Jaime and Brienne. The paintings proceeds, even though now not as rapid as a lot of you prefer to.”

You do not say.

George R.R. Martin is coming to San Diego Comedian-Con 2022

Martin additionally showed that he has “handiest left house as soon as since January 2020” owing to the pandemic. Some fanatics figured this time in isolation would possibly lend a hand him write the e book quicker, however isolation is a double-edged sword, as many of us came upon right through lockdown. Certain, it would possibly encourage you to buckle down and paintings in your tasks, however it may additionally sap you of your power.

In spite of everything, Martin published that he plans to commute to this yr’s San Diego Comedian-Con, which runs from July 21-24. He is getting available in the market extra just lately to advertise the HBO’s upcoming “Sport of Thrones” prequel display “Space of the Dragon,” even though it additionally provides the general public extra alternatives to grill him about Winds.

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And who is aware of? Perhaps right through this sort of appearances Martin will whip out the completed manuscript for “The Winds of Wintry weather” and disclose that it’s going to be on cabinets by way of the tip of the yr . . . even though the realist in me has a tendency to doubt it.