Game of Thrones: George RR Martin ‘costs long hours’ writing new book in isolated cabin

Adrian Ovalle

Games of Thrones author George RR Martin has actually exposed he is investing lockdown writing the next book in the dream series while holed up in a “cabin in the mountains”.

The 71- year-old informed fans in a blog site post that he hopes The Winds of Winter season will be ended up “next year”.

He composed: “I need to admit, after half a year of pandemic, quarantine, and social distancing, I am revealing indications of cabin fever … half of which is rather actual in my case.

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” Yes, I am in a real cabin in the mountains … if absolutely nothing else, the enforced seclusion has actually assisted me compose.

” I am costs long hours every day on THE WINDS OF WINTER SEASON, and making consistent development.”

The author stated Game of Thrones fans need to not anticipate the book to be ended up “tomorrow” or “published next week”, stating he still had “a long way to go”.

Martin’s bestselling series is set in the dream kingdom of Westeros, and was developed into an extremely popular TELEVISION show by HBO.

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The Winds of Winter season is set to be the penultimate book in the series, with the final book entitled A Dream of Spring.

Fans have actually been waiting on the most recent instalment given that A Dance With Dragons was released in 2011.

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In his blog site post, Martin stated he wanted he had the ability to compose faster which he had “bad days, which get me down, and good days, which lift me up”.

He signed off with the words: “Now you will have to excuse me. Arya is calling. I think she means to kill someone.”

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