George R.R. Martin was a well-loved author even before A Song of Ice and Fire, a.k.a. Game of Thrones, with award-winning stories like Sandkings and Nightflyers to his name.
There’s nothing I love more than food. Sure, my husband is great, and my family isn’t too bad. But that’s just peanuts compared to food.
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Season 6 of Game of Thrones brought more awesome to television than most shows do in their entire run. I’m not just saying that as a fan of the series: I’m saying this as a reader of George R.R. Martin’s novels, the A Song of Ice and Fire series. The TV show caught up to […]
You know the expression, “Go out with a bang, not a whimper?” Game of Thrones has ended season 6 with a bang, several of them. And the only whimpering here are the sounds of our self-pity. After all, we have to wait ten more months until season 7. That’s a lot of whimpering. Here’s how season 6 of Game of […]
Game of Thrones broke away from George R.R. Martin’s novels A Song of Ice and Fire long ago, so the past performance of the books does not guarantee future results. After the goings-on in episode 7, “The Broken Man,” I don’t know precisely where the story is headed. But I can make some educated guesses. […]
When George R.R. Martin goes to a convention, he goes big and brings a chapter of his upcoming novels in his A Song of Ice and Fire series. (I was fortunate enough to have heard him read from A Feast for Crows, back in the day.) Even thought we just received a new chapter from […]