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Game of Thrones. Your chance to get it on the record!

So with Game of Thrones season 7 right around the corner, I thought it would be a great time to put my predictions out there. Once season 7 starts I think the ending will take shape quickly, and it will be too late. Now I may be wrong in my predictions, and I’m sure I will be, but if I’m right I will tell everyone, read my blog, I predicted that. If you have a good theory, here is your chance to put it on the record too!

I am going with the predictable. I think we have seen so many twists and turns the ending will be what we expect, but even more awesome to watch!

First I think Dany ends up on the throne she’s always wanted above anything else. Unless the White Walkers win, which they want, I don’t see anyone powerful enough to stop her and her dragons. Not to mention that she is joining forces with Jon Snow, adding the power of the north to go with it.

My next prediction is that Jon Snow dies, again. He cares about the wars to come as much as Dany does the Iron Throne. I think he dies during that battle and Sam somehow kills the Night King. I also believe  Sam is the one telling this entire saga. Sam will immortalize his friend Jon in the pages of history, framing Jon as the true hero, and in my opinion, he is. No one has spent more time worrying about the Night King then Jon.

Here is the one I have the least faith in. Jamie kills Cersei and leads the Lannister Army to help Dany and Jon win the real battle. That way he ends up the knight he’s always wanted to be which adds to GRRM’s prediction of a bitter sweet ending. Oh yeah, I believe Tryion is not a Lannister too. (If you have not read about this theory I won’t ruin it, but I believe it.) That means if only by seconds, Jaime is Cersei’s only younger brother, and when he kills her it will fulfill her prophecy. I won’t get into that one either, but it’s easy enough to find if you want to learn more about what Cersei was told by Maggie the Frog.

As far as Bran goes, I really don’t know where he fits in, and I think he might be the one to ruin all my theories. My best guess is he tells Jon his true past, perhaps Tyrion too, meaning the Starks reunite but after that all I can predict for him is Winterfell. Like I mentioned before, Jon will die leaving Bran the King of the North. What I would like to see even more is Arya, King of the North, but to have that happen Bran will have to die and I don’t see that happening. How many times could he have died already?

That does it. I told you I was going with the obvious. Dany takes Kings Landing and rules like the honest and kind ruler she always dreamt of being. Jon dies, but not before they beat the White Walkers with the help of Jaime, and Bran ends up King of the North. I wish I had more on Varys and Littlefinger but I think the story has gotten to big for them to manipulate like they have everything up to this point. I actually don’t see Littlefinger lasting long into season 7, or Sansa either, but I see a longer life for Varys, Grey Worm, and Arya. What do you think?


Kindel The Crowning Of Our King

Hello everyone,

I am an avid reader and lover of fantasy. That led me to try and write a book of my own. What started as a hobby became a passion, and from that passion came my debut novel, Kindel The Crowning Of Our King. When not working I spend all of my time with my three children, wife, and our dog named Superdog. That’s right, Superdog. So let me leave you with a little knowledge -Never let your three year old name your dog.

Don’t worry. I didn’t get onto WordPress to promote myself. This is my first day and I have already spent most of it reading and commenting on all of your great post. I can hear my wife already, “Are you reading more stuff about books and Game of Thrones?” Haha. The answer of course is yes, but I did want to take a minute to introduce myself. I hope to be interacting with you soon!


As for the book, here is a little information. If you have read it and have questions, feedback, praise, or need to tell me how much you disliked it, please feel free to comment and I will always respond. If you haven’t read it, you can check out the first few chapters for free right here. Just click the free sample pages link at the top right corner of my page!41mqFrCH6GL._AC_US218_

In a world where a hundred year war takes place in the north and aggressive conquerors roam the east, The Three Kingdoms stand tall against them all. Bound together by an agreement of friendship and cooperation, Printan, Gatlin, and Manchester form one of the most innovative and powerful kingdoms of their time.

But that was then and this is now.

When an army of Mongrels perfectly execute a plan to conquer The Three Kingdoms from the inside out, Elsthin, the young Prince of Gatlin, finds himself stuck between two bad choices; agree to ambush Printan at their most vulnerable moment or die. Hoping to save the Three Kingdoms and his best friend Kindel, the Prince of Printan, Elsthin puts his life at risk and agrees to the ambush. Join Kindel as he recounts his unwinnable quest to avenge the attack, win back his homeland, and kill Elsthin who he saw take it all away. But the closer Kindel comes to discovering the truth, the closer he gets to his real enemy waiting in the shadows, and the closer Elsthin comes to running out of time. Here is a story of friendship, betrayal, swords, and Kings, and their strength will determine the fate of the legendary Three Kingdoms – and beyond.

When seventeen year old Kindel – the bashfully handsome Prince of Printan – stands beside his father to kick off The Twenty Third Annual Fall Festival, it_s a perfectly normal day.

Here are a few quotes…

“My family was made of good people who did good things with what they were given. What fairness does life show in a time like this- But life is not fair and that is nothing new, so I b“My family was made of good people who did good things with what they were given. What fairness does life show in a time like this- But life is not fair and that is nothing new, so I b

Thank you for your time and I look forward to interacting with you soon!

B.M. Tolbert