'Winds of Winter' Update: 'A Song of Fire and Ice' Author Fires Back; George RR Martin Angry, Depressed By Circulating Rumors

By Danae Parker , Updated Oct 14, 2016 12:00 AM EDT
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The demand to release "Winds of Winter" has spawned a lot of issues for the fans and followers of the segment. Claims have surfaced that the author of "A Song of Fire and Ice," George RR Martin is tired of the rumors and the presumption and is agitated.

Although it has not been affirmed, many are still apprehensive if George RR Martin decides to forego the writing of "Winds of Winter." Even though it was not confirmed, claims are still surging that the sequel for "A Song of Fire and Ice," is no more.

In a former report from GamenGuide, it reported of some claims and speculations. According to the report, the demand to release the sequel for "A Song of Fire and Ice" is rising, but there are claims coming out that "Winds of Winter" might not be written since some of the materials that George RR Martin stored are gone.

Given the success of "A Song of Fire and Ice," it is not an understatement if fans and followers of the segment would demand for more and with the heavy commitment and hectic schedule of George RR Martin, the time to pen down "Winds of Winter" is easier said than done, as noted by the same report.

Vine Report also relayed that the time to pen down "Winds of Winter" would be longer since it is considered as the longest piece of George RR Martin's legacy. For the fans and followers, it remains unsettled as to when the sequel of "A Song of Fire and Ice" would be released on the book stalls.

As for the claims that George RR Martin is angry at the fans and followers, that notion has already been debunked since the famous author did not state any words regarding the rumors and speculations tangling him for "Winds of Winter."

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