When faced with the question of whether he should stick with his instincts in a scene for Winds of Winter or stick with what Game of Thrones has produced, author George R. R. Martin came to an important decision.Click To Continue Reading
With its sixth season nearly here, Game of Thrones is ready to leapfrog where George R.R. Martin’s books left off, since Martin’s The Winds of Winter is yet to arrive. But when we feel the Winds at last, there will be at least one huge surprise to Thrones viewers. Read more...
A lot of people are upset about Game of Thrones' divergences from the books, and it appears George R.R. Martin has just engineered one more. In a new interview with IGN, Martin sounds pleased as punch to reveal that the show can't use the latest twist he's thought up for... More »
"It involves a couple of characters, one of whom is dead on the show but not dead in the books," Martin teases about an upcoming plot development. read more
It's no secret that fans have been patiently waiting for the release of "The Winds of Winter," the sixth novel in the epic fantasy series "A Song of Ice and Fire," which is also the basis for HBO's "Game of Thrones" TV series. But until now, author George R.R. Martin has still not made an announcement on when the book might hit store shelves.
After the "Game of Thrones 6" was announced, many fans of author George R.R. Martin thought that he would also make mention of the next book of his literary artwork, "Song of Ice and Fire." However, to the dismay of fans, Martin doused the excitement, saying that the book "Winds of Winter" is far from completion.
George R.R. Martin will be working on "The Winds of Winter" without distractions.
A tongue-in-cheek fantasy about a Gaiman/Martin collaboration turns into news somehow. News by Peter Derk We've all fallen victim to thinking an article from The Onion is real. At least for a second. Maybe the problem is that I justShow More Summary
The solution will include sea monsters, manna from heaven, and at least one Tyrannosaurus Rex. George R.R. Martin's Tuf Voyaging is the subject of Episode 127 of A Good Story is Hard to Find podcast.
George R.R. Martin is setting aside all other writing work until he finishes The Winds of Winter, the infinitely anticipated next installment of A Song of Ice and Fire. The author announced this on his blog in the comments of this post. There’s still no ETA on when the book might be done, but he’s definitely buckling down. Read more...
Christian Brown's epic fantasy debut Feast of Fates is an action packed yarn sure to please fans of George R.R. Martin and Terry Goodkind. All of the elements of classic fantasy fiction are here: magic ("magik" in the lands of Geadhain), witchcraft, sorcery, and warring kingdoms. Show More Summary
George R.R. Martin’s novels about Westeros are fiendishly addictive, because he’s created a world that’s just crammed full of amazing details. And Game of Thrones captures that feeling pretty well—until you read Martin’s guidebook, The World of Ice and Fire and realize just how much more there is. Show More Summary
Even though the upcoming installment of George R. R. Martin's novel series is not set to release until after the sixth season of "Game of Thrones," fans do not have to worry too much about book spoilers in the episodes to come.
The author is taking his sweet time finishing the next installment of "A Song of Ice and Fire." Thanks to a funny "Conan" video, we know why.
Fans of The Game of Thrones series are still coming to terms with the fact that winter (season 6) is not coming as soon as they thought it would. The Inquisitr reports that the reason for this let down is due to George R.R. Martin missing his deadline for his sixth novel in the fantasy... Show More Summary
This deal features books by several high-profile writers including Charlaine Harris, Neil Gaiman, and George R.R. Martin.
"The Winds of Winter" fans have been waiting for a long time for the book's release date, and now the latest rumors say writer George R.R. Martin is bringing in a co-author to help him finish the story.
Apparently, “The Winds of Winter” will not be released until early 2017, and George R. R. Martin might hire a co-author for the book to help him with the increasing complexity of the storyline. Rumors indicate that this author might be the one and only Neil Gaiman. Show More Summary
The first episode of HBO's Game of Thrones was a remarkable piece of television that showed the world that it was actually possible to make a TV show out of George R.R. Martin's sprawling fantasy epic. However, things didn't always look...Show More Summary