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George R.R. Martin says he’s almost finished with two Winds of Winter character storylines




Game of Thrones author George R. R. Martin gave us a fright last month when he was diagnosed positive for COVID-19 after the San Diego Comic-Con 2022. Since then he was away from his computer and updated the fans about his recovery from a hotel in LA. His latest update brings good news for his fans as he is all well now and back to working on the highly awaited novel Winds of Winter.

Martin recently wrote on his blog Not a Blog:

“Hey there. It’s me again. I am back in Santa Fe, and once more again seated at my computer(s). My thanks to my mighty minions for holding down the fort in my absence, and especially to the Sensational Sid, who shared my quarantine in Los Angeles and taped those video segments for me… and unfortunately came down with covid herself. Not fun, and sadly it meant she too had to miss the Hot D red carpet premiere and the world premiere of NIGHT OF THE COOTERS a day later at the LA Shorts Film Festival. Her symptoms were as mild as my own, though, and both of us in the end recovered fully.”


“I hope to wrap up the story line for one of the viewpoint characters of WINDS OF WINTER this week. Maybe even two.”

“Meanwhile, work continues on all the other GAME OF THRONES successor shows we’re developing for HBO and HBO Max. Animated and live action both. Development is a long and chancy process, of course, and there’s no telling how many series will be green lit in the end… I am really excited about the way some of them are coming along, though. Oh, and there’s also ROADMARKS, another show I’ve been developing for HBO, based on a novel by the late great Roger Zelazny. That’s coming along well too.”

Let’s hope Winds of Winter will be here sooner than we expect. What do you think of other Game of Thrones spinoffs currently in development? Tell us in the comments below!

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