Tag Archive: George R.R. Martin

Three Taps: A Game of Thrones Fan-Fiction Story

“‘You couldn’t say it out loud. But…what if you just made some small, ordinary gesture? You could do it anywhere at any time, and only I would know what it meant.'” (Rated: PG-13)

No True Knight: A Critique of Chivalry in George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire”

“With A Song of Ice and Fire unfinished, the question remains open whether Martin believes the purification of chivalry, on a large scale and for the long term, is likely, or even possible…”

Winter of the Soul: A Spiritual Analysis of the Game of Thrones Pop Culture Phenomena

“After the last plot twist has twisted, and the last shock factor sprung, and the last act of retribution accomplished, what will people be able to look back and remember as a lasting legacy of the program?”

A Prayer to the Stranger: A Game of Thrones Fan-Fiction Story

“‘Perhaps a day will come when he will come among us in his fullness…But in this age…the shadows are all we have, and I have spoken to them, and asked…that you be brought back.'” (Rated: PG-13)

A Kiss Goodnight: A Game of Thrones Fan-Fiction Story

“Suddenly he felt her lips lightly touch his cheek…the ugly, scarred cheek that only added to his other physical unpleasantries.” (Rated: PG-13)

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