Spend your holiday season watching not one, but two Star Wars Holiday Specials: the original 1978 for the experience and the LEGO Special to immediately wipe some of the original from your mind.
The third Claudia Gray recommend is an adult novel exploring the earlier part of Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi’s relationship.
Revisit (or discover for the first time) one of the best stories in Star Wars with Jedi: Fallen Order cutscenes.
For Back to School month, take a break from reading a Star Wars novel and refresh your knowledge of Star Wars history with a fun, multipurpose reference book.
Wonder what a nightmare Vegas vacation would be like that does not involve Chevy Chase? Look no further.
The recommendation for June as the summer season begins is a Galaxy’s Edge novel that is like reading an addictive Hallmark movie.
There can only be one recommendation for the beginning of May. Get ready for The Bad Batch with The Clone Wars arc that serves as a pilot.
A good YA novel for new Star Wars fans to get a brief history of the major canon events.
It’s time to get to know the Ghost Crew in the short film that kicked off Disney’s first Star Wars series, Rebels: Spark of the Rebellion.
It’s the month of love and what better way to celebrate with the Star Wars version of “star-crossed” lovers.
Thrawn is a character you should get to know, and this graphic novel adaptation of his first book is a perfect intro to the canon version of one of the most popular Star Wars literary characters.
Claudia Gray’s Leia Princess of Alderaan is an earlier canon novel but one that is worth your time.
A new monthly special post. My pick for a piece of Star Wars content worth your investment.