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  Darth Skuldren
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As fun as it was to propose, Schreiber has been busy with his European Chick books. I can't recall if he finished the sequel to it or not, but I don't see him switching gears for another Star Wars books so soon.

Now with Stackpole, there has been some pushing from the fans for it, but I'm not so sure Del Rey is going to give in yet. Maybe if we all start wearing "Bring Back Stackpole" shirts?
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I just considered this but John Jackson Miller hasn't been doing much since Knight Errant so could it be him?
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JJM is currently working on Knight Errant comics for Dark Horse.
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I would like another book from Miller, though.
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Cerrinea wrote:
JJM is currently working on Knight Errant comics for Dark Horse.


And the KOTOR comics. But I would like JJM back with another book.
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Joe Schrieber tweeted today:

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Psyched to see my friends @randomhouse in NYC again today.


My thanks to Cerrinea for pointing this out. Smile

Au Revoir, Crazy European Chick was published by Houghton Mifflin Books (via.) Random House is one of the Big Six publishers, so the book could be published by one of Random House's numerous imprints.

It should be noted that Joe said "again." Joe Schreiber's horror novels, including No Doors, No Windows, were published by Del Rey too (via Random House). He mentioned "friends," so he's familiar with these people.

So I'm thinking it's either a new horror or Star Wars novel.

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Del Rey Editor Erich Schoeneweiss posted on the Star Wars Book Facebook page yesterday:

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Joe Schreiber was in NYC today on business and has graciously offered to give me a lift out to my nephews' house in PA on his way home tonight. Looking forward to geeking out with Joe for a couple hours on the ride. Who knows, maybe we'll come up with the next Deathtroopers story on the way! (ES)


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It makes my interest wane with each passing moment Sad .
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Third times a charm, Life. If there are zombie Ewoks or Hutts, I'm on board.
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Same here on this subject. I enjoyed Death Troopers and after a re-reading of Red Harvest I found I could appreciate it for the literary slasher flick it was. I'm in for the long haul on this 'Star Wars horror novel' thing.
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Life Is The Path wrote:
It makes my interest wane with each passing moment Sad .


Hahaha. Mine too.
Well, if it is a new Deathtroopers it'll save me money Very Happy Because I won't be buying it.
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If they put out more Star Wars horror, I'll read it, but unless they change the style from the Red Harvest-type slasher to something with a more thriller vibe, I doubt I'll enjoy it.
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Queen Padmè Skywalker wrote:
If they put out more Star Wars horror, I'll read it, but unless they change the style from the Red Harvest-type slasher to something with a more thriller vibe, I doubt I'll enjoy it.


Like I said, really crossing my fingers for something more ethereal and creepy as opposed to unabashed teen slasher Smile
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Me too, I could get behind that.
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