George RR Martin is currently working on The Winds of Winter book but it seems that the fantasy author has time for everything other than the book. Every time Martin releases a new project, fans always bombard him to finish Winds of Winter instead of wasting his time on other stuff.
It is very rude and further demotivates GRRM who has been writing the book for the last decade. George RR Martin recently shared about the hardcover version of “Deuces Down” book but everyone is just concerned about The Winds of Winter and has asked the author to finish the sixth ASOIAF book.
Deuces Down is Edited by George RR Martin
George RR Martin recently made a post on Twitter about the new version of the “Deuces Down” book which will have new original stories written by Caroline Spector, Mary Anne Mohanraj and Carrie Vaughn. But what caught everyone’s attention is the line “Edited by George RR Martin” on the top.
Tor is set to release DEUCES DOWN in hardcover Today 😀
This is one of our new/old reissues which will have new original stories from Caroline Spector, Mary Anne Mohanraj and Carrie Vaughn. Check out the new cover art done by Micah Epstein pic.twitter.com/HdCbiha9eh
— George RR Martin (@GRRMspeaking) January 5, 2021
Fans are commenting that Martin has time to edit the books written by others but can’t finish The Winds of Winter which is his own. Everyone is asking Martin not to waste his time on side-projects and focus on Winds of Winter instead. It seems that George RR Martin forgot to write The Winds of Winter and keeps indulging in other TV shows, video games and books.
The Winds of Winter is Pending Since a Decade Now
The Winds of Winter will mark a decade worth of wait in April 2021 as it will be ten years since “A Dance with Dragons” was released. A Song of Ice and Fire series will never be completed if Martin keeps on working at the same pace and keeps on taking side gigs in the process. The Winds of Winter release date is expected to set around mid-2022 and the wait for “A Dream of Spring” has not even started yet.