• Game of Thrones stars and George RR Martin at comic con Q&A Panel.

Game of Thrones stars and George RR Martin at comic con Q&A Panel. (Photo : Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

The success of "A Song of Ice and Fire" has required the need for George R.R. Martin to release a sequel. Despite expressing his eagerness to release the "Winds of Winter" as soon as possible, the infamous author cannot yet commit a date for the launching of its upcoming book due to the current projects that are needing his attention. In spite of this, Martin revealed he is still writing more pages for the "Game of Thrones" franchise.

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But it seems Martin is already back on track after the Emmy's. In his blog post, the "Game of Thrones" author said he is already back on LA after the awards night since there is still a lot to catch up. At the end of his post, he again stated that there is a lot more work to do and he should be occupying himself with these things.

True enough, the award-winning author also confirmed in his previous interview with Deadline that he is still currently working on a lot of pages for the "Game of Thrones" franchise. Martin revealed, "I do have thousands of pages of fake history of everything that led up to Game of Thrones, so there's a lot of material there and I'm writing more."

Despite the revelation, the author quickly said these are nothing yet but ideas, so nothing is also still specific as of the moment. "At the moment we still have this show to finish and I still have two books to finish so that's all speculation," Martin added.

As for the last two seasons of the Emmy-winning TV program, showrunner D.B. Weiss revealed to the same publication that the series will be "bigger" and "better" but again it will also be "worse" but much better from the previous ones.

Meanwhile, Random House has previously debunked speculations that "Wind of Winter" will be released in March 2017, saying they will be making an announcement once the official date has been final. "Game of Thrones" won the Emmy Awards for "Outstanding Drama Series" for two consecutive years.

For other details about "Winds of Winter," watch the video clip below.