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A Taste of Winter

For all of you who have been clamoring, I have a somewhat belated Xmas/ New Year's gift, a new sample chapter from THE WINDS OF WINTER. You can find it on my website.

This one features Arianne Martell, Princess of Dorne.

(And here she is, couresty of Fantasy Flight Games and Magali Villeneuve)

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Read, enjoy, discuss, and speculate to your heart's content... but not here, please, there are better places for that, like the forums at Westeros and Tower of the Hand.

Me, I have a lot more writing to do. On WINDS, and half a dozen other projects.

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Anthony Concannon
Jan. 9th, 2013 07:29 am (UTC)
Re: A question for you about "Game of Thrones," if you're willing to share your thoughts.
Here's that paragraph :D. I thought the exact same thing when I heard that line in the finale as well...took a little time to find it but it was great re-reading this fantastic chapter!
"The realization chilled him. Robert had been stronger than him, to be sure. The White Bull Gerold Hightower as well, in his heyday, and Ser Arthur Dayne. Amongst the living, Greatjon Umber was stronger, Strongboar of Crakehall most likely, both Cleganes for a certainty. The Mountain's strength was like nothing human. It did not matter. With speed and skill, Jaime could beat them all. But this was a woman. A huge cow of a woman, to be sure, but even so ... by rights, she should be the one wearing down."
I'm thinking, unlike the television show's re-imagining of the line, Jaime considered himself the single best swordsman.(Disclaimer: I hope there was no copyright infringement by typing up that paragraph)

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