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Two-thirds of being a “ Game of Thrones ” fan involves feverishly anticipating what’s in store for Westeros, especially now that the HBO series is ahead of George R.R. Martin’s books. On Saturday, the author delivered promising news on that front. 

In a post on his LiveJournal , where all the best ideas are publicized, Martin said to expect the “Song of Ice and Fire” series’ next written installment in 2018. Regarding the forthcoming book, “The Winds of Winter,” Martin had this to say:

Initially meant for publication after the “Song of Ice and Fire” series was done, “Fire and Blood” is Martin’s history of House Targaryen, a bloodline that is supposed to end with Iron Throne seeker Daenerys. 

George R.R. Martin is more than just the brain behind "Game of Thrones." He's also an editor, a former TV writer, and a novelist whose depth of efforts when it comes to foreshadowing and character development is unparalleled in modern writing.

But Martin is also an author who writes at his own pace and has a self-admitted history of issues with deadlines . Fans of his "A Song of Ice and Fire" series have been waiting since July 2011 for the next book in his series, and the question on the minds of many increasingly impatient readers is simple: What's taking so long?

INSIDER reached out to two people who know both Martin and his work very well to try and answer that question and to better understand Martin's writing style and behaviors.

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Two-thirds of being a “ Game of Thrones ” fan involves feverishly anticipating what’s in store for Westeros, especially now that the HBO series is ahead of George R.R. Martin’s books. On Saturday, the author delivered promising news on that front. 

In a post on his LiveJournal , where all the best ideas are publicized, Martin said to expect the “Song of Ice and Fire” series’ next written installment in 2018. Regarding the forthcoming book, “The Winds of Winter,” Martin had this to say:

Initially meant for publication after the “Song of Ice and Fire” series was done, “Fire and Blood” is Martin’s history of House Targaryen, a bloodline that is supposed to end with Iron Throne seeker Daenerys. 


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