In a recent interview, George R.R. Martin responds to fans’ criticisms that he will die before his finishes A Song of Ice and Fire. Story from IGN: View a snippet of the interview with Martin at the dailydot.
Now even HBO is after George to finish the books like many of his fans have been for years. http://insidetv.ew.com/2013/07/25/hbo-to-george-r-r-martin-get-busy-writing/ I assume Neil Gaiman is still a defender of George on this matter.
So I finally got around to finishing A Dance with Dragons. I had started this book sometime last year, but put it down for a while and just circled back around to it recently. If it had been written by anyone other than George and was a series which I had not already spent a Read more about Review of A Dance with Dragons by George R.R. Martin[…]
According to Deadline.com, “George R.R. Martin, on whose fantasy book series HBO‘s hit drama Game Of Thrones is based, has signed a two-year overall deal with the pay cable network. Under the pact, Martin will continue as co-executive producer on Game Of Thrones, whose Season 3 premieres March 31. Additionally, he will develop and produce Read more about George R.R. Martin to Develop New Series for HBO[…]
Interesting article by Trent Moore about how George Martin rejected an idea from Neil Gaiman before Gaiman became a well-known author. When you’re successful, you get a lot of pitches from other people who want to be successful. A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin has been selling books for decades, so Read more about Early connection between George R.R. Martin and Neil Gaiman[…]