New schedule, new titles, new authors from Sue

We’re at JadeCon, having a blast – and I’m just taking a brief email break, and what should come up on my feed reader but a brand-spanking new book schedule from Sue Rostoni? I can’t even wrap my brain around the date changes right now, but here’s the big news:

  • Fifth and final Clone Wars book (Karen Miller) is Gambit: Siege. March 2010.

  • July 2010 will be a “coming attraction by well-known author.” Nothing more to be revealed. Sean Williams, maybe?
  • September 2010. A book that only “might” come to be.
  • A second book by Joe Schreiber (not a Death Troopers sequel) is coming October 5, 2010.
  • Fate of the Jedi book seven (Allston) is titled Conviction. April 2011.
  • The tentative title for Zahn’s Allegiance sequel is Choices. September 2011.
  • October 2011 bring a new author: Jeff Grubb.

Our book release schedule will be updated… Uhh, soon. Soonish.

In other news, she has confirmed that the Boba Fett book and Blood Oath are both canceled.

4 thoughts on “New schedule, new titles, new authors from Sue

  1. Jason Ward

    This sounds like possible Live Action Series news:

    “July, 2010 — Coming attraction by well-known author. Not to be disclosed. I can’t answer ANY questions about this one, and probably shouldn’t even put it in here. So pretend you didn’t see it, okay? Really. I won’t even acknowledge your questions about this. Maybe I just stuck it in here for conversation… who knows?”

  2. Lanta

    I was really hoping Blood Oath would go ahead :( I’m not really fussed about Zekk, but the Hapan twins interest me, and I loved Elaine Cunningham’s other book. I wonder how they’ll explain Zekk’s disappearance now?

    I can’t really comment on the other books announced since we don’t even know what era they’re from yet.

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  4. Chappy

    Really dissapointed in the Fett novel being cancelled, Karen Travis has become my favorite author since Kevin Anderson and its a real shame she’s not going to be writing for Star Wars anymore

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