George R.R. Martin has made it clear that he won’t hear any more about his health in relation to completing his book series, or the “Game of Thrones” spinoff for HBO. Though lots of buzz is currently going on as fans are getting eager to know the possible premiere date of George R.R. Martin’s “Winds of Winter.”
Meanwhile, many fans believe that the occasion will also be used to make an announcement about “The World of Ice and Fire.” The book, which will narrate the never-before-seen history of the Westeros and the lands beyond, is expected to be released this October. Pre-order is also available already.
On other news, George R.R. Martin is not quite ecstatic about people’s concern that he may die before he finishes the book series. According to International Digital Times, Martin is apparently angered by the people’s comment and reaction on his health, age, and writing space.
“I find that question pretty offensive, people speculating about my death and my health. So f*** you to those people,” Martin expressed.
However, he said that he is trying not to pay attention to the negativity. He knows, according to the site, that no book pleases everybody and he cannot please everyone with his timetable. On a positive note, he said that the impatient reactions are good because these mean that people are looking forward to reading the book.
Ironically, he has also acknowledged that he needs to write faster to get the “Winds of Winter” release date out in time for the premiere of Season 5 of the “Game of Thrones.” The television series is based on Martin’s “The Song of Fire and Ice” book series. “Winds of Winter” is the sixth novel.
As of the moment, the release date for the book remains unclear.