George R.R. Martin, author of HBO’s epic “Game of Thrones” original “Songs of Ice and Fire,” said Tuesday that home isolation caused by the new crown outbreak allowed it to go all out to create a new work, “The Winter Wind,”media reported. He also said he hoped the book would meet with readers sometime next year.
“I spend a lot of time every day on “The Cold Wind of winter” and it’s progressing steadily,” Martin wrote. “
But he warned: “It’s going to be a great book, and I have a long way to write.” “
Martin had planned to attend this summer’s world sci-fi conference in New Zealand, but in March the event’s organisers announced it was in virtual form because of the new crown.
“I can go to Wellington at any time next year, when I hope the new crown and the winter chill are over,” Martin wrote.
Martin also ended the post by referring to the brave girl of the Stark family, writing: “Now you must forgive me.” Arya is calling me. I think she’s trying to kill someone. “