It would seem that something is at last occurring. After eight years, there are some large indications out there a publishing date for Game of Thrones book The Winds of Winter is practically around the corner. First off, TheWindsofWinter.com’s DNS records have recently been updated.
In the mean time, George RR Martin’s blog has been surprisingly calm for around fourteen days. Redditor Orpheous1947 wrote: “The fact that he has not posted for almost two weeks, along with all the other recent evidence, and the fact that he seems to be at home right now, indicates to me that an announcement is upcoming. I predict by this month.”
What’s more, presently Martin himself has tweeted something exceptionally intriguing in fact.
Last Friday, the A Song of Ice and Fire maker posted an image of a doll of himself enjoying a view. The scene is among flowers, greenery and daylight, recommend a summer or possibly ever spring vibe. Martin’s tweet went with a statement from L. Frank Baum’s Rinkitink in Oz.
It reads: “Never question the truth of what you fail to understand, for the world is filled with wonders.”
“Never question the truth of what you fail to understand, for the world is filled with wonders.”
L. Frank Baum, Rinkitink in Oz pic.twitter.com/1TMAhseGar
— George RR Martin (@GRRMspeaking) December 6, 2019
Fans have been guessing in the remarks that the bright snap is a mysterious hint that Martin is prepared to begin A Dream of Spring. This would suggest he’s done The Winds of Winter, adding to the promotion around the ongoing site update and blog silence.
While publishing date for penultimate A Song of Ice and Fire book could extremely simply be around the corner, we should not overlook Martin’s proposed writing schedule. The 71-year-old has clarified that after completing The Winds of Winter, he will have a break before A Dream of Spring.
Actually no, not a break from writing, yet a sense of taste element in the middle of the most recent volumes of his fantasy sagas with such a significant number of characters and account curves. Martin plans to pen his fourth Dunk and Egg short story, which will be a lot lighter accomplishment for him, before beginning A Dream of Spring.
In any case, fans shouldn’t surrender as he’ll jump on to the last A Song of Ice and Fire book after that before composing a fifth Dunk and Egg story and afterward part two of Fire And Blood – his 300 year history of Targaryen empire.
So exactly when is The Winds of Winter prone to release? Indeed, not long ago Martin set a personal cutoff time of summer 2020. In the interim, the writer has said he would like to keep in touch with certain scenes of Game of Thrones spin-off House of the Dragon.
In any case, he’s explained on his blog that completing The Winds of Winter is his top need. Let’s simply trust this doesn’t push back A Dream of Spring however.
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