'Winds of Winter' George RR Martin Collaborates With JK Rowling For Sequel of 'A Song of Fire and Ice?'

By Danae Parker , Updated Nov 29, 2016 09:27 PM EST
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Recent news and updates regarding "Winds of Winter" are filled with mere speculations and rumors. Claims have surfaced that George RR Martin has enlisted the help of the author of 'Fantastic Beast and Where to Find Them" JK Rowling.

There are notions that "Winds of Winter" would be penned along with the help of JK Rowling. Despite the rumors coming about for the sequel of "A Song of Fire and Ice," there has been no confirmation nor word from the showrunners regarding the sequel.

Even George RR Martin has not relayed any details for the upcoming release of "Winds of Winter" in the book halls. Even JK Rowling did not confirm it as well. Moreover, this is not the first time that the author was tagged in a rumor.

GamenGuide formerly reported that despite the rumors coming about for "Winds of Winter," George RR Martin has not confirmed any of the details and there has been no indicators that the segment would feature a different storyline and separated into three parts as well.

However, it is undeniable that "Winds of Winter" has remained a strong franchise and the demand to release it is constantly strong and given the demands, George RR Martin remains calm and unhurried, as noted by the same post.

For the fans and followers of "Winds of Winter," all of the rumors concerning the franchise should be taken with a grain of salt in mind.

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