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George R.R. Martin won’t write an episode for Season 6, either

By Dan Selcke on

Last year, George R.R. Martin revealed that he wouldn’t be writing an episode for Season 5 of Game of Thrones, despite having written one episode during each previous season. He wanted to concentrate on writing The Winds of Winter, he said, … Continue reading

Game of Thrones executive producers discuss finishing the show before the books are completed

By Dan Selcke on

It’s no secret that HBO’s Game of Thrones will soon adapt all of the source material available in George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire book series. It’s unavoidable. Martin’s story is very complicated, and he’s going to take his time finishing it. Meanwhile, David … Continue reading

George R. R. Martin still planning seven-book series

By David (Razor) Harris on

Long-time readers of A Song of Ice and Fire have already seen the series extended a few times, so there’s a consistent question as to whether it’ll happen again. Will George R. R. Martin write seven books in the A … Continue reading

Everything you ever wanted to know about the combined edition of A Feast For Crows & A Dance With Dragons

By WiC Staff on

Fergus Halliday is a freelance PC, tech & pop culture writer. 2015 marks the fourth year since the last volume of A Song of Ice & Fire was released as well as Season 5 of the Game of Thrones TV … Continue reading

George R.R. Martin announces A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms

By David (Razor) Harris on

George R R Martin has announced via his Not A Blog, that three of his previous separately  published Dunk & Egg novellas,  The Hedge Knight, The Sworn Sword, and The Mystery Knight, will be released in one book, A Knight … Continue reading

Just how different was George R.R. Martin’s original Game of Thrones outline?

By Rowan Kaiser on

“As you know, I don’t outline my novels. I find that if I know exactly where a book is going, I lose all interest in writing it.” So says George R.R. Martin at the start of his letter outlining A Game … Continue reading

UPDATED: George R.R. Martin’s publisher says The Winds of Winter not currently scheduled

By David (Razor) Harris on

UPDATE: The language  that Jane Johnson used is very careful and easily misinterpreted. All she’s said is that The Winds of Winter is not currently on the schedule, but since she stresses the importance of the novel, it’s fairly clear that it … Continue reading

George R.R. Martin’s original A Dance With Dragons manuscript debunks popular fan theory

By David (Razor) Harris on

Reddit user _honeybird, journeyed to the Cushing Memorial Library, in order to look over the 1600 page original manuscript of George R.R. Martin’s A Dance With Dragons. Dance is the 5th book in Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire … Continue reading

Inside HBO’s Game of Thrones On Year End Markdown at Amazon

By Ani Bundel on

Did you not get all the Game of Thrones presents you wanted for the holidays? Really want to own Inside HBO’s  Game of Thrones series, with all the insider tidbits and beautiful maps, but can’t see your way to shelling out … Continue reading

Inside Game of Thrones offers behind-the-scenes appetizers

By Rowan Kaiser on

I’ve been checking out Inside HBO’s Game of Thrones Seasons 3 & 4 for the past week, and liking it surprisingly more than I’d expected. There are two big reasons for this: the photos, and the anecdotes. The photographs are, … Continue reading

How marriage triggered the Game of Thrones

By Rowan Kaiser on

Marriage for alliance has been part of Game of Thrones since the very first episode. Almost the first thing Robert says to Ned is that he wants Joffrey to marry Sansa, to tie the crown to one of its most powerful … Continue reading

“Inside HBO’s Game of Thrones Seasons 3+4″ Out Today

By Ani Bundel on

Just in time to add to your Black Friday shopping list, HBO’s second volume of their Inside Game of Thrones series comes out today. Written by Cat Taylor, known as the official “keeper of scrolls,” (and also the head writer for … Continue reading

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