It’s always a good sign when you find out that the author of a book is also impressed with the television adaptation–which is the case with House of the Dragon. George R.R. Martin has stated that he loves what he has seen of the new series, according to Hollywood Reporter writer James Hibberd. Additionally, Martin also spoke about the prequel series A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms, which is inspired by the Dunk and Egg novellas that he wrote. Steve Conrad, writer and executive producer for the series, according to Martin, wants to produce a faithful adaptation of the novellas.
Ten Thousand Ships will follow the warrior queen Nymeria. Showrunner Amanda Segel has submitted a few drafts already for this series. In addition, The Sea Snake, which will follow Corlys Velaryon, is currently in development.
Martin is currently working on an animated series with the working title The Golden Empire as well, though he also notes that he is heavily involved in all of the adaptations of his work.
And lastly, Martin has also informed his fans that he has made progress with The Winds of Winter. He assures readers that A Song of Ice & Fire remains his first priority, as he wants to see that the story is told.
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