George R. R. Martin Talks About Wild Cards

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Fans who know George R. R. Martin only as the author behind the books that became Game of Thrones may be interested in seeing his much older and continuing superhero-based work, Wild Cards.

GeekMom Game of Thrones Recap is Back!

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It took a bit, but the GeekMom Game of Thrones Recap is back. This week we talk about Episode 3, “Breaker of Chains” — and it’s a doozy. Don’t forget to tune in right after the show, 10PM EST for our future episodes!

Get Cooking — George R. R. Martin Style

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If you’re a fan of George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire fantasy series (recently made more popular than ever with the HBO series Game of Thrones), you’ll want to check out two fan sites that are dedicated to an unusual aspect of the books — the food. Specifically, they’re dedicated to recreating the dishes mentioned in the books. The Inn at the

Geeky Novel Word Counts–How Long Are You In For?

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Earlier this week, I found myself in a discussion about the lengths of various novels. It was spurred by two similar conversations I’ve found myself in repeatedly, based on the recent Game of Thrones TV show and the release of the final Harry Potter film. They go like this: Game of Thrones Harry Potter Friend: *complaint about TV show, usually about a character being killed