How rich is George R. R. Martin after the worldwide success of "A Song of Ice and Fire" book series and HBO's "Game of Thrones"?
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During an interview backstage at the Emmys, George R.R. Martin confirmed that aside from working on two Game of Thrones books, he is also writing some pages of history for A Song of Fire and Ice. This could mean a prequel for Game of Thrones Season 7. Show More Summary
Boars, Gore, and Swords podcast's ASOIAF book club - FeastDance #7: "The Fault of Our Complexion" The Boars, Gore, and Swords book club reading of the Boiled Leather chapter order combining George R.R. Martin's A Feast for Crows andShow More Summary
After five years, still no sign of "The Winds of Winter" from George R. R. Martin.
The release date of "The Winds of Winter" puzzled fans for several years now. George R. R. Martin recently assured that completing the remaining books of "A Song and Fire" series is his top priority over the potential television prequel of "Game of Thrones."
Happy Tuesday, and happy birthday to George Raymond Richard Martin! What fragrance are you wearing? I'm wearing Lolita Lempicka L'Eau en Blanc, from Annick Menardo. I smell darned pretty. Tea at the moment is a Ceylon from Tea Bank Estate. Reminder: on 9/23, wear a perfume by Annick Menardo, if you have one...
George R.R. Martin has just suggested another spin-off idea for "Game of Thrones." This time, it's a prequel. " I do have thousands of pages of fake history of everything that led up to ' Game of Thrones,' so there’s a lot of material...Show More Summary
The author tells members of the press at the Emmy's he has "thousand of pages" of early Westeros history, but admits he has to finish his other two books first.
Backstage at the Emmys, George R.R. Martin got his fans’ hopes up again. Martin, of course, is the author of the “Song of Ice and Fire” book series — in other words, the books that form the basis for HBO’s award-winning "Game of Thrones." After "Game of Thrones" won the Emmy for best drama series...
The author has "thousands of pages"
Game Of Thrones took home an Emmy for Best Drama last night for the second year in a row, and among those who swarmed the stage to accept the award was George R.R. Martin himself. Now, the joke that Martin shouldn’t attend awards shows when he should be at home writing is getting about as old as Game Of Thrones sweeping awards. Show More Summary
Right now, Game of Thrones fans are certainly chomping at the bit for extra content. This year's season has long since wrapped up, next season has been delayed until next summer, and who knows when writer George R.R. Martin will be able to finish The Winds of Winter, the long-awaited sixth book in the series. Show More Summary
Honestly? Screw waiting for The Winds of Winter. I want to read all these pages of Westeros’ backstory he has sitting around. Read more...
With only two more seasons of the acclaimed HBO drama remaining, the "Game of Thrones" author teases he has plenty of material for a prequel. The post George R.R. Martin Hints at Game of Thrones Prequel appeared first on CBR.com.
Does George R. R. Martin have a boat load of work to do as an executive producer/writer/story consultant on the Emmy Award-hogging mega-hit HBO series Game of Thrones? You bet. Does Martin still have to deliver two more highly-anticipated dense installments in A Song of Ice and Fire, the book series in ... More »
Tonight after the show won its second consecutive Outstanding Drama Series Emmy, the cast and crew of HBO’s Game Of Thrones went backstage to talk about the win. Where, as it happens, Game of Thrones creator himself George R.R. Martin...Show More Summary
Asked about prequel possibility, author George R.R. Martin says he has books to write.
Post by Celia San Miguel. When books touch our hearts, they stay with us forever. The joys of reading were perfectly captured by George R.R. Martin when he famously said: "I have lived a thousand lives and I've loved a thousand loves. Show More Summary