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
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"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
The words 'Lady Stoneheart' and 'Young Griff' carry little meaning for 'Thrones' viewers who have not read George R.R. Martin's novels. read more
Just like the fans, the publishers, and the television company, author George R.R. Martin himself is also pretty much disappointed with the progress of the highly anticipated sixth installment to his widely-popular fantasy book series, "A Song of Ice and Fire," the "Winds of Winter."
Gawker Venezuela Is So Fucked | Jalopnik Scion Died Because Toyota Never Really Gave A Shit | Vitals It’s Time to Stop Eating Bagged Salads | io9 George R.R. Martin Made Me Feel Unspeakably Depressed Yet Again | Read more...
Few authors have as much power to draw you in with fun characters and thrilling adventures—and then crush your spirit utterly—as George R.R. Martin. But the latest way that Martin managed to make me lose all hope for humanity was especially sneaky. And just tremendously soul-shredding. Read more...
The release date of 'The Winds of Winter' has been pushed further and further, however, loyal fans are still waiting patiently for George R.R. Martin to confirm the release of the book.
George R.R. Martin left fans with dashed hopes when he announced a couple of weeks ago that the Winds of Winter release date wouldn’t happen anytime soon. GRRM admitted that he had missed a key deadline that would have made the book come out by March. Show More Summary
"The Winds of Winter" may still be not finished, but it looks like George R.R. Martin is right on track and might be able to finish the book on time.
Viewers feeling vaguely guilty for spending their weekends, or even entire weeks, immersed in George R.R. Martin’s Game Of Thrones can take comfort in the knowledge that the show is, on some level, educational. The series is no mere delivery system for nudity, beheadings, and Peter Dinklage. Show More Summary
This article first appeared in The National Book Review "It'll be done when it's done." --George R.R. Martin By Noah Benjamin-Pollak There is something going on with George R.R. Martin, the author whose work forms the basis for the HBO series Game of Thrones. Show More Summary
Game of Thrones may be a popular television series, but it is all based on the series of books by the same name that came from the imagination of George R.R. Martin. Up until Season 5, the books have always gone ahead of the TV series, so fans could certainly get ahead of things on... Show More Summary
With the sixth season of "Game of Thrones" expected to premiere in a couple of months, fans are still waiting for the sixth installment of George R.R. Martin's novel series titled "The Winds of Winter."
Game of Thrones fans eagerly await Season 6. As the days before the season premier tick away we hunger for information about what may happen next. Well, Mr. George R.R. Martin has let some spoilers slip and other tidbits have leaked here and there. Show More Summary
How could The Winds of Winter get published just three months after George R.R. Martin finishes it? Over at Tor.com, there’s a great breakdown of why book production generally takes a year, and how they might streamline it for A Song of Ice and Fire. Read more...
I know a lot of people were bummed out when author George R.R. Martin finally confessed that the much-anticipated fifth in his A Song of Ice and Fire series wouldn’t be out before the sixth season of Game of Thrones. But it turns out the long-delayed book may actually be right on time. Read more...