Tag Archives: Star Wars

ROGUE ONE: A Very Short Review

by Brenda W. Clough This is a review which MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS. I have hidden many of them cleverly in the links or after the jump, but if this bothers you, go see the movie first! They really tried, OK? … Continue reading

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Living in the Moment

There’s a thing that horse people like to say: that horses live in the perpetual present. It’s not actually true. Horses have phenomenal memories, and also have the ability to anticipate events that haven’t happened yet (as many a dressage … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Ghost, the Third Part
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My first gig as a ghostwriter came about in 2005, within a week of my entire software team being laid off. I was furious on behalf of my staff, who had expected to be rewarded for the bang-up job they … Continue reading

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A Duel of Words: Action and Dialogue Part 2
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Good action, like good dialogue, moves. It’s not easy to write, in part because the writer is dealing with time—specifically, the time it takes for the reader to read the words, make sense of them, and visualize what they’re saying. Given … Continue reading

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Author Interview: Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff

MAYA KAATHRYN BOHNHOFF Interviewed by Katharine Eliska Kimbriel Welcome to the multi-tasking world of author and artist Maya Bohnhoff. Whether writing, composing, painting or any other corner of creative life, Maya has laid claim to a section of more than … Continue reading

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A Padawan’s Journal #48: Q & A
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With the release of THE LAST JEDI, came a minor explosion of requests for interviews. Michael can only do written ones these days since losing his voice, but he does them via keyboard. Even our editor—Shelly Shapiro (aka She Whom … Continue reading

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Official SQUEEEEEE!! for THE LAST JEDI

It is now official and we are allowed to trumpet the news that Book View Café author Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff and co-author Michael Reaves have had their newly released novel, STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI hit the New York Times … Continue reading

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Interview: Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff on The Last Jedi and Shadow Games

Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff sat down with Club Jade reporter James Floyd at Conjecture in San Diego the first weekend in October and chatted about her collaborations with Michael Reaves—the New York Times bestselling Star Wars: Shadow Games and the upcoming Star Wars: … Continue reading

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Padawan’s Journal #45: Writing Non-Human Characters or I Fell in Love with a Droid

I often get asked which character in a book was the hardest, easiest, or most fun to write. Some writers say they hate answering those questions. I enjoy them. When it comes to the Star Wars novels that Michael Reaves … Continue reading

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Padawan’s Journal #44: Squeeee!

Monday, I think it was, I got a ping from my friend Bryan and the Star Wars fan site Knight’s Archive saying, “You’re aware, aren’t you, that the cover of your upcoming novel, THE LAST JEDI was just revealed at Comic … Continue reading

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