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  • Birthday 11/24/1983

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  1. Harriet, Wilson, and Will. They are the only people that I see finishing the series. I love GRRM, but his style is too different. Plus, like others have said, he has enough work to be getting on with. :) I'm not too fussed about it though. The book will be finished. If we have to wait a bit longer for it, well, thats fine. We were already waiting. So it will be done when it's done.
  2. Thank you for the welcomes everyone! Geek is fine with me. or GGG. Whatever works for you! :) I plan on checking out the orgs sometime, but real life keeps intruding on my internet time. I would fix that if I could, but I like having a place to live. :) Don't worry. I will be poking my head in soon!
  3. So, obviously, I am new here. Or newly joined I should say. I have lurked here for as long as I can remember. When I first discovered WOT (5ish) years ago I knew exactly one person who had read them. So I looked for other outlets. And then I discovered Dragonmount. And lurked. I always told myself that someday I would register, and I am sad to say that it was RJ's death that made me do it. Not that I have anything particularly eloquent to say, but I find that I am alone in my grief, and I just couldn't take it anymore. The simple act of registering has made me feel a million times better, just because I now officially belong to a community that cares as much as I do. I still remember RJ's first blog post, and how excited I was that now we would be getting the words 'straight from the horses mouth'. I remember checking his blog everytime I came online. When he announced he was sick, I felt sad. And guilty. My roomate and I used to joke (before he became sick) about what we would do if he was hit by a bus (or whatever) before he finished the series. The thought of those conversations now makes me feel slightly ill. He was an amazing man and he will be sorely missed. But enough of that. Apparently ONWARD is the word. I look forward to being an active part of this community from here on out. :)
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