“Recreation of Thrones” creator George R. R. Martin has hit out at rumours suggesting his ultimate two novels are already completed.

It was beforehand reported that “GoT” actor Ian McElhinney had stated Martin had accomplished the books and was apparently ready for the collection to complete airing earlier than unveiling them.

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Nonetheless, the author insisted on his weblog: “No, The Winds of Winter and A Dream of Spring usually are not completed. Dream is just not even begun; I’m not going to begin writing quantity seven till I end quantity six.”

Martin continued, “It appears absurd to me that I have to state this. The world is spherical, the Earth revolves across the solar, water is moist… do I have to say that too?”

“It boggles me that anybody would imagine this story, even for an prompt. It makes not a whit of sense. Why would I sit for years on accomplished novels? Why would my publishers — not simply right here within the US, however all around the globe — ever consent to this?”

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“They make hundreds of thousands and hundreds of thousands of {dollars} each time a brand new Ice & Fireplace e-book comes out, as do I. Delaying is senseless. Why would HBO need the books delayed? The books assist create curiosity within the present, simply because the present creates curiosity within the books.”

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Martin went on to say: “I guarantee you, HBO and David & Dan [the producers] would each have been thrilled and delighted if The Winds of Winter had been delivered and printed 4 or 5 years in the past… and NO ONE would have been extra delighted than me.”

Martin’s A Dance with Dragons was printed in 2011.

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