The Winds of Winter release date is still a mystery even though a decade has been passed since George RR Martin started working on the book. The 72-year-old author has taken up many projects in between and even delivered some of them, but fans are not happy over TWOW delay.
Martin has time for everything but not writing Winds of Winter and it has made fans angry. It has even made things worse for GRRM who says that he can’t work under so much pressure and people just asking about the book only. The Winds of Winter release date can once again get delayed due to George RR Martin’s workload stress.
George RR Martin have so much Work Stress apart from the Book
George RR Martin constantly updates fans about his life events and book progress through his blog and the author writes in detail about his daily activities. While Martin previously said that he has nothing much to do in the quarantine and he writes a few pages of Winds of Winter daily, things are slowly changing.
Let me assure you that, when not sweating out election returns or brooding over other real world problems, I have continued to work on WoW… https://t.co/O1CFT6NgLv
— George RR Martin (@GRRMspeaking) November 14, 2020
George recently posted a picture of his typewriter with the caption: “There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.” Along with the quote from novelist Ernest Hemingway, GRRM also made a stressed emoji to describe his mood.
George RR Martin is also handling the new HBO shows based on his books along with the Elden Rings game and several other projects. It makes sense for Martin to have workload stress and not focus much on writing The Winds of Winter book.
The Winds of Winter Release Date Updates
The Winds of Winter release date is currently speculated as late 2022 but nothing is concrete at the moment. George RR Martin himself doesn’t know when will the book complete and the fantasy writer never clearly says how much of it is left. Fans should not keep their hopes up as Martin will easily take more than a year at least to even finish the manuscript.