"How will the series of books end?" Wrote the writer. "The same as the series? With a different ending? Well … yes, and no, yes and no, yes and no, and yes," he continued.
"The book or the series, what will be the 'real' ending?" He asked. "It's a stupid question, how many children did Scarlett O'Hara have?" He asked, referring to the character from "And All Wind Winded," whose heroine had several children in the novel but only one in the film.
"What do you think of that? I'll write it, you'll read it and then everyone can have their opinion and debate online," said the 70-year-old writer.
The end of the series did not please all the fans, who criticized the authors for being "rushed" in the last episodes.
In his blog, George R.R. Martin says he is currently collaborating with HBO, the channel that airs "The War of the Thrones" in five new series. The writer is also working on two projects with Hulu, the new Disney platform.