The time has occur to imprison George R.R. Martin.

“Game of Thrones” lovers are keeping the novelist to his assure that, should he not complete the up coming installment of his “A Track of Fireplace and Ice” guide series by July 29, 2020, he formally consents to go to jail.

“If I don’t have ‘The Winds of Winter’ in hand when I get there in New Zealand for worldcon,” the writer, 71, wrote in a 2019 blog site write-up of the conference, “you have in this article my formal written authorization to imprison me in a modest cabin on White Island, overlooking that lake of sulfuric acid, until I’m done. Just so extended as the acrid fumes do not screw up my previous DOS phrase processor, I’ll be high-quality.”

Although the author claims quarantine has aided him make “steady progress” on “The Winds of Winter,” he admitted in late June that he still has “a extended way to go” right before the tome is comprehensive.

As a outcome of Martin failing to meet his own deadline, lovers are now gently contacting for his imprisonment.

“Send in the feds I guess,” tweeted just one follower, along with a write-up from past 12 months announcing that Martin experienced manufactured the assure.

“Let me get these cuffs out proper speedy,” wrote a different.

“Its time Georgie,” posted a third, with a GIF of functioning cop.

Martin was not right away available for remark, but he did generate a write-up on Tuesday addressing this week’s virtual Worldcon — but not the skipped deadline.

“As everybody is aware (other than possibly the fellow who has been quarantining [in] his bomb shelter all these months, lower off from human contract), we are not truly collecting in Wellington, New Zealand this 12 months, many thanks to the pandemic. As an alternative we are owning the extremely 1st virtual worldcon,” Martin wrote in the write-up, right before acknowledging that, even though he is the event’s Toastmaster, he is “also just one of the least tech savvy science fiction writers on the world.”