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George RR Martin setting sights on Rotorua if his next book is not finished next year

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 22 May 2019
George RR Martin setting sights on Rotorua if his next book is not finished next yearThe mastermind behind Game of Thrones suggests Rotorua change its name to Middle Earth after proclaiming his love of the Land of the Long White Cloud. George RR Martin is the author of A Song of Ice and Fire, the fantasy series...
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News video: George R.R. Martin Gets Offer From New Zealand Air To Finish Book

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Many fans love George R.R. Martin for writing the book that led to the creation of “Game of Thrones.” Yet they are frustrated with how slow the final two books of “Song of Ice and Fire” are taking. According to UPROXX, New Zealand Air recently offered to fly him to a peaceful location to...

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