It’s now been six years since George R.R. Martin published A Dance With Dragons, the fifth (but not final) book in his A Song Of Ice And Fire series. In that time, the TV adaptation has become as popular as the source material, which has just doubled the clamoring for Martin to finish Winds Of Winter. Show More Summary
A particularly wet 2017 winter colored California's hills and valleys green with lush vegetation, but by summertime the plants turned crispy. Heat, heavy winds and yellowed grasses created a California cooker pot ripe for massive wildfires. Show More Summary
Image. Steve Snowden/Getty Images Remember at the start of the year, when George R.R. Martin told the world he really thought Winds of Winter would be out in 2017, and for a brief moment, your heart was filled with hope that soon the continuation of A Song of Ice and Fire would finally be here? Oh, my sweet summer children. More »
"The Winds of Winter" is finally coming -- probably.
It's still going to be a bleak 2017 for those hoping to read "The Winds of Winter," but could 2018 be a double-book year?
After a very lengthy spell of silence on the subject, George R.R. Martin has finally provided an update (if a short one) on two A Song of Ice and Fire projects, including The One That Everyone Wants To Know About. Artwork by Chase Stone, from The World of Ice and Fire. Show More Summary
Hello I am George R.R. Martin's copy editor for Winds of Winter, and let me tell you, I am just so busy with other stuff right now, I can't possibly edit this thing right now. In all honesty the book has been done for like a year now, they're just waiting for me to look it over and edit it. Show More Summary
George R.R. Martin has it kind of rough. He started writing the first book in his world-beating fantasy saga A Song Of Ice And Fire in 1991. Imagine starting something more than 20 years ago that a ravenous horde of nearly 60 million people would love you to finish off as soon as you can, thanks. Show More Summary
Though some optimistic fans are hopeful that George R.R. Martin has secretly finished his last two Song of Ice and Fire books, at the moment, we’re still waiting for an official publication date for the sixth book in the series, The Winds of Winter. Still, we know a significant amount ... More »
George R.R. Martin notes "it would be impossible" for the HBO version and the upcoming "Winds of Winter" book to match up exactly.
With the winds of winter almost upon us, here are some of our predictions for Jon Snow and his siblings. read more
George R.R. Martin says he thinks incremental updates just make fans angry, and only completing "Winds of Winter" will satisfy them.
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Winding down the steep, narrow road alongside dark rock cliffs required a driver’s full attention. But then distraction appeared in the form of a bright rainbow. Sharp and full, it arched over the Snake River not far from where Evel Knievel attempted to clear the canyon on a daredevil jump more...
Migrant birds that breed in the same area in Europe spread out across all of Africa during the northern winter. A new satellite-tracking study shows that the destination of individual birds is largely determined by the wind conditions they encounter during their first migration. Show More Summary
BIG SUR, Calif. (AP) — A major new rockslide has buried a stretch of California's iconic Highway 1 in up to 40 feet of stone and dirt, the latest hit in a soggy winter of slides, floods and road closings along the winding Central California coast road, state transportation officials said Monday.
With George R.R. Martin's The Winds of Winter still as-yet-unpublished, Game of Thrones is officially flying forward on its own dragon wings, with no firm source material to guide its plot points and developments in the final two seasons. Show More Summary
Those of us who live in colder winter climates know the reality of “February’s curse”: four weeks of hell-level freezing wind, seasonal affective disorder, and beefing up the energy bill by leaving the space heater on all day. It’s terrible, and a relief when it ends. Show More Summary
There is good news and bad news for fans of George R.R. Martin and “Game of Thrones.” The good news is that more “Game of Thrones”-world stories may be coming to HBO. The bad news is that the sixth book in the “Song of Ice and Fire” series, “The Winds of Winter,” is having to share its author’s...