Sal talks with special guest Emily Lind about From a Certain Point of View: The Empire Strikes Back! They talk everything from BOOKIT, how hot Cobb Vanth is, The Fast and Furious-verse, anthologies, annoying Han and Leia, building on hope, space FBI, being really good at math, inspirational mantras, book representation, who is a hero,… Continue reading Rogue Rebels Podcast 66: From a Certain Point of View: The Empire Strikes Back with Emily Lind!
ANOTHER forty stories set during The Empire Strikes Back giving us new people and circumstances to enjoy! I mean, c’mon. You already know I’m here for this. My excitement and over eagerness are probably as apparent as Admiral Ozzel coming out of hyperspace too close to the sixth planet of the Hoth system. It’s a… Continue reading From a Certain Point of View: The Empire Strikes Back Review!
Forty. Stories. Forty. Authors. When this anthology was announced I was super excited for the many possibilities. I mean, forty stories? C’mon y’all! There are so many opportunities here! So many possibilities! This is the kind of bold, fun, extra, Star Wars experience I can get behind. Forty stories! From forty authors! I LOVE anthologies.… Continue reading From a Certain Point of View Review!
Back in 2008, the idea of a Star Wars weekly cartoon was fresh and new in our heads. I would gather the kids (who were very small in those days) and we would have an adventure each week. The Clone Wars series grew and so did the kids. There are so many stories and we have followed all the way through, from the Battle of Christophsis to the Siege of Mandalore…
Del Rey’s newest release is a collection of a couple of previous novels Tarkin and A New Dawn. In addition, it also contains three new short stories: Mercy Mission, Bottleneck, and The Levers of Power. Stuffed in a paperback these stories tell of the Empire’s rise to power (hence the title). While the two novels included are great reads, I really… Continue reading Star Wars: Rise of the Empire Review
The last book I read in the Journey to the Force Awakens “character trilogy” (the unofficial name I made up) is Moving Target. A Leia adventure involving a small group mission with a cool cast of characters that I enjoyed quite a bit. I really like the theme of duty and how Leia must balance her responsibilities with… Continue reading Star Wars: Moving Target Review!
The second book in my personal Journey to The Force Awakens is The Weapon of a Jedi. Luke Skywalker takes a detour to Devaron and searches for knowledge that will help him along the Jedi path. A cool new enemy and some Imperial entanglements combined with some familiar droids make for a fun little adventure. SPOILERS This… Continue reading Star Wars: The Weapon of a Jedi Review!