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The 9 Agonizing Stages Of Waiting For The Next Book In A Series To Come Out

Posted at 7:28AM Friday 28 Feb 2014

Book series are a wonderful thing, but the wait time between installments can be agonizing. Some authors and publishers have wised up to how impatient we've collectively become, and have applied the binge-watching mentality to books by rolling titles out more quickly. Still, we're lucky if authors like George R.R. Martin get around to penning their books within years of each other, and regardless, the times between release dates has to be filled with something.

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