George R.R. Martin Has ‘Thousands Of Pages Of Material’ For A Game Of Thrones Prequel Series

But don’t expect one anytime soon

George R.R. Martin’s New TV Show Will Be Nothing Like Game Of Thrones

But what about ‘The Winds of Winter’?

George R. R. Martin Has His Own Hodor Twist Planned For Game Of Thrones

Here's how the author reportedly feels about that Hodor reveal

George R.R. Martin Confirms Huge Game Of Thrones Twist

...For the books only.

George R.R. Martin Is Glad He's Not Justin Bieber

For age reasons.

'Game Of Thrones' Author Is Taking On TV Werewolves Next

George R.R. Martin is taking his 'Skin Trade' to Cinemax.

George R.R. Martin Dead In 'Sharknado', Will Never Finish 'Winds Of Winter'

NOT FUNNY.

George R.R. Martin Is Gonna Focus On 'Winds Of Winter' Instead Of 'Game Of Thrones'

Finally.

Hey George R.R. Martin, Hurry Up With 'Winds Of Winter' Or These Other Authors Will Beat You To It

Here's what "The Winds Of Winter" could be.

George R.R. Martin Just Gave 'Game Of Thrones' Fans An Amazing Sansa Stark Surprise

A brand new 'Winds of Winter' chapter is here!

One Very Important Thing Will Be Missing From The Next Season Of 'Game Of Thrones'

George R.R. Martin will sit out the chance for a writing credit in Season 6.

What You Missed At Last Night’s 'Game of Thrones' San Francisco Premiere

In which Maisie Williams continues to be the best.

What Does George R.R. Martin Think Of Jason Momoa As 'Aquaman'?

So much for the Khal Drogo reprise.

Winter Comes For George R.R. Martin During Ice Bucket Challenge

Shot on Westeros' first camera phone, apparently.

Here’s Why There’s No Gay Sex In The 'Game Of Thrones' Books

'I've had letters from fans who want me to present an explicit male sex scene.'

George R.R. Martin is Killing Us with These 'Winds of Winter' Teases

Can winter just hurry up and GET HERE already?

Here Are 20,000 Things That Will Get A 'Game Of Thrones' Character Named After You

Those 20,000 things are dollars.

George R. R. Martin's Computer Is Older Than You

Not gonna lie, the author's preferred technology for penning his novels makes us pretty nervous.