Post by Jill Baughman. So it's no secret that Game of Thrones features, well, a lot of death. The author of the book series, George R. R. Martin, clearly has no fear of killing off fans' favorite characters. From cough to ahem to pardon...Show More Summary
George R.R. Martin is placing the weight of Westeros behind Democratic Sen. Tom Udall of New Mexico for the upcoming midterm elections.
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George R. R. Martin has thrown his weight behind Democratic senator Tom Udall in New Mexico, hosting a fundraiser for the candidate. When Udall’s opponent Allen Weh was asked about the high-profile endorsement, he said he’s never even heard of Game of Thrones. Show More Summary
If George R.R. Martin really wants to help Democrats, he could threaten to kill Tyrion if the GOP takes the Senate… http://t.co/56KvtpnBlx — Noah Smith (@Noahpinion) September 18, 2014 From the Vox article: On Wednesday night, the reelection...Show More Summary
As wealthy families struggle for control of the United States Senate, Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin has aligned himself with the Udall family. Sen. Tom Udall (D-N.M.) has announced an event featuring Martin and “a discussion on New Mexico issues and politics” in support of his reelection campaign. Show More Summary
Sen. Tom Udall (D-NM) is enlisting an unusual ally to raise money for his re-election campaign: George R.R. Martin, the author of A Song of Ice and Fire which became the popular HBO series Game of Thrones, is hosting a fundraiser for the senator in October.
George Martin, the mind behind HBO’s massively popular television series Game of Thrones, is throwing his weight behind New Mexico incumbent Senator Tom Udall (D) in an effort to help Democrats retain control of the Senate, Winter Is Coming reports. According to Sen. Udall’s press...
The "A Song of Ice and Fire" series author George R.R. Martin has been keeping mum about when the next installment in the series, titled "Winds of Winter," will be released. Part of the reason why the famous author refuses to give a release date is because he does not really know when he'll be finished.
You know that saying 'when the cat's away, the mice will play'? Well that's all of us Game Of Thrones fans right now while the show is off the air and we're still waiting on George R.R. Martin for the sixth book -- we have nothing to do but bandy about theories, so that's what we're doing. Show More Summary
In George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series, Jon Snow is about 16 years old during the events that wrapped up Game of Thrones' fourth season on television. His half-brother, Bran, is about 10. The actors portraying the young men are now 27 and 15 While the show has slightly aged up the characters, you can see the problem here. Show More Summary
Fans have been constantly badgering "Game of Thrones" author George R.R. Martin about when the next installment of his book series, "A Song of Fire and Ice," will be released.
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“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. The man who never reads lives only one.” ? George R.R. Martin Owning a home library conjures up feelings of excitement as well as promises of comfort, privacy and growth. Imagine walking...Show More Summary
So much for the starving-writer stereotype. In a story published Monday, Forbes listed the best-paid authors in the business—and their incomes
While fans have been crying out for The Winds of Winter, the next installment of George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire, GRRM has been collaborating with Elio Garcia and Linda Antonsson of Westeros.org on a comprehensive history of the seven kingdoms. The World of Ice and Fire, set for release on October 28, starts […]
Game of Thrones fans, prepare for tepid excitement. George R. R. Martin, creator of the Song of Ice and Fire series that inspired the HBO hit show Game of Thrones, announced the release date for his latest book about Westeros. Unfortunately, it won’t be the much anticipated next novel, The Winds of Winter. Show More Summary
George R. R. Martin has published a new Game of Thrones book - but not the one we've all been waiting for The World of Ice and Fire, a comprehensive history of Martin's world, will be released on Oct. 26 in New York. It's billed as a...Show More Summary
George Martin, author of the "Song of Ice and Fire" series, will be promoting his new book at the 92nd St. Y.