StarWars.com will be uploading a second Lost Tribe of the Sith eBook, Skyborn by John Jackson Miller, on July 21. The book will contain an excerpt of August’s Fate of the Jedi: Abyss.
July 7th, 2009 by Dunc · No Comments
May 28th, 2009 by Dunc · 1 Comment
UPDATE: And it’s up on StarWars.com.
I really really hate linking directly to PDFs, but since Borders themselves are loath to give it an actual product page, instead just tossing it the sidebar on their Sci-Fi page , here it is: Lost Tribe of the Sith #1: Precipice, for free on Borders.com. (via) And yes, Sue Rostoni did confirm that it is for real yesterday, in case the PDF isn’t proof enough.
If nothing else, there’s a Sith-centric Fate of the Jedi: Omen preview in there, starting on page 31.
March 29th, 2007 by Dunc · Comments Off
Sue Rostoni answers some of the questions prompted by the fiction schedule change… including some reasons for the Plagueis novel cancellation.
Also revealed – there may be one or two more e-books, tied to the LOTF series. Please note, oh disturbing literal Star Wars fans, that means it is not set in stone.
August 17th, 2006 by Dunc · Comments Off
Many apologies for the delay with issue 3. Sometimes even when you think it’s all covered, there’s that one last unforseen thing that does not fall neatly into place.
We’re exploring some new territory in Star Wars with this one. Personally, I think it will be worth the wait. After 3, we should be back on track with the rest. In the meantime, I keep wondering–when this issue finally hits the stands, will we hear individual screams or will be it more like the sound of a whole planet…
Also, it seems that A Practical Man, the NJO-era Boba Fett e-novella by Karen Traviss, is available now. Won’t be much help for those of us yearning for some post-NJO action, but I suppose Fettheads need love, too.
January 4th, 2006 by Dunc · Comments Off
According to the International Digital Publishing Forum, the Revenge of the Sith script was the best-selling eBook of 2005, beating, among others, The Da Vinci Code, Michael Crichton, and the Bible.