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"?
Over on my other blog, Atlas of Ice and Fire, I've started looking the historical geography of A Song of Ice and Fire. The first map, The Dawn of Days, explores Westeros and Essos back in the days when they were joined by the Arm of Dorne and Westeros was covered by vast forests. Show More Summary
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."
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...
A new A Song of Ice and Fire book is coming out this year! Sort of! Next month sees the arrival of a new, illustrated edition of the book that started it all, A Game of Thrones, and this early look at some of the volume’s illustrations are looking pretty damn cool. Read more...
While much of the internet is still reeling from the news that the next installment of George R.R. Martin’s A Song Of Ice And Fire will not be coming in the spring—or, as far as we know, ever—the fantasy nerd set could really use a little pick-me-up. Show More Summary
Last we heard from friend of the program and A Song Of Ice And Fire author George R.R. Martin, he insisted to Deadspin that he had pages. There have been occasional page dumps in the intervening months , but these are old pages, andShow More Summary
The release date for the sixth installment of the A Song of Ice and Fire series was listed as March 9, 2017; the date from the listing has since been taken down.
Brace yourselves, A Song Of Ice And Fire fans, because Random House has some horrible, bone-chilling news: contrary to a bunch of rumors floating around the internet, The Winds Of Winter probably isn’t coming out next spring. Well, maybe it is. Show More Summary
Fans of HBO’s Game of Thrones and the Song of Ice and Fire series by George R.R. Martin got excited when Amazon leaked a release date for the latest book, The Winds of Winter on their French Amazon page. If this date is correct, it marks nearly six years between the last book in the... Show More Summary
Amazon France have caused consternation by giving their pre-order page for The Winds of Winter a new release date: 9 March 2017. As is predictable, the fans have gone wild and George R.R. Martin's publishers have issued a statement shooting down the date as fictitious. Show More Summary
Winter is coming after all. Maybe. According to a listing on Amazon France, George R.R. Martin’s next book in his A Song of Ice and Fire series, The Winds of Winter, is set for release in March 2017. Praise the old gods and the new! Image: Tumblr The news is in no way official, however. Show More Summary
Things got hairy this year, as The Winds of Winter wasn't finished before Season 6 of Game Of Thrones was aired. Luckily for us, this disconnect might not last long, as Amazon may have accidentally revealed when the next book will be released.
Did Amazon just drop the biggest Game of Thrones spoiler of all? Amazon France published a listing for George R.R. Martin's Winds of Winter claiming the anticipated sixth installment in the Song of Ice and Fire series would be released on March 9, 2017. However, before fans start counting down to... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Game of Thrones George R.R. Martin
A page of an Amazon shop suggests that "The Winds of Winter" will come out early next year.
George R. R. Martin recently updated his followers that he is back to work after enjoying the Worldcon 2016. Does this mean that "The Winds of Winter" is coming sooner than we thought?
The Boars, Gore, and Swords book club continues with the Boiled Leather chapter order combining George R.R. Martin's A Feast for Crows and A Dance with Dragons. On this week's "30 Stone All Day," Ivan and Red cover Brienne I (AFFC), Jon I (ADWD), Bran I (ADWD), and Tyrion II (ADWD). Show More Summary
If you’ve read the “Song of Ice and Fire” from George R.R. Martin, I’m sure you’re aware that the actual Iron Throne from the book look very, very different to how it is portrayed in the TV series. For those not aware, this is what the...Show More Summary
"Game of Thrones" fans got the rare chance of meeting George R. R. Martin in person at the 74th World Science Fiction Convention 2016. However, they failed to squeeze details about the release date of "The Winds of Winter," the forthcoming sixth novel of "A Song of Ice and Fire" series.
Game of Thrones fans waiting for the return of Michelle Fairley as Lady Stoneheart in Season 7 of the hit fantasy drama are sure to be left disappointed. Fans of the show had always assumed that the character from the A Song of Ice and Fire book series would make it into HBO’s TV show... Show More Summary