'The Winds of Winter': George R.R. Martin Could Be Engaged With New HBO Projects
"The Winds of Winter" writer, George R.R. Martin is being said to have given his commitments to plenty of things recently. The writer is reportedly left with very little time to complete his book "The Winds of Winter."
"The Winds of Winter" Writer George R.R. Martin's Engagements
There have been several reports on Martin's Stagecoach Foundation, so that more people from the television and film industry can come to his hometown to film their projects. The foundation also aims to help the aspiring filmmakers of the locality. The Christian Post reported that at present, Martin is working with some other filmmakers to complete certain Hollywood projects.
Some spoilers also claimed that the author is having a discussion on new projects with HBO. However, Martin refused to divulge the details when asked about it.
There have been reports that indicated that Martin could be doing another television show with HBO. This could be a television adaptation of one of his books, similar to "Game of Thrones."
Another TV series titled "Wild Cards," based on the theme of a superhero has also been adapted from Martin's writing. But, it is reported that the writer has no involvement in its production, since he has an exclusive contract with the HBO.
Prior to the recent reports related to the delay of "The Winds of Winter" came out, the writer assured his readers that the book was his top priority through his blog. He further mentioned that irrespective of what some exports say, he has prioritized the completion of this book.
"The Winds of Winter" Creator George R.R. Martin To Stop At San Diego
Meanwhile, Stars Post reported that Martin may do a stopover at San Diego in May for a talk. The famous author is all set to go to San Diego on May 2, where he will be discussing his work and life. Martin will be seen there, along with Kim Stanley Robinson, another famous writer of science fiction.
Though "The Winds of Winter" was initially flared to release last year, it was postponed to this year due to George R.R. Martin's hectic schedule.