Star Wars: From a Certain Point of View Anthology (Code Named "Operation Blue Milk")

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  1. Silvermoon Made To Be Ruled

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    Some of you on twitter may (or may not) have seen tweets the past couple days regarding something called #OperationBlueMilk. Well, the news is now out that it's an Anthology book titled "Star Wars: From a Certain Point of View" celebrating 40 years of Star Wars with 40 stories. The authors involved have forgone any compesation for their stories and instead their proceeds will be donated to First Book (a nonprofit that provides books, learning materials, etc... to educators and organizations that serve children in need)

    Here's the full story on it:

    STAR WARS: FROM A CERTAIN POINT OF VIEW ANTHOLOGY BOOK CELEBRATES 40 YEARS OF A GALAXY FAR, FAR AWAY
     
  2. Mysteryman Registered

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    Great Idea.
    Love the title.
     
  3. Sithborg Dark Forces Return

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    That its for charity definitely means I will buy this instead of borrowing it from the library. Nice author list.
     
  4. Silvermoon Made To Be Ruled

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    Bumping this old thread back up again, because they've announced that "From a Certain Point of View" will also be done for Empire's Strike's Back. It will be released November 10, 2020, and (like the 1st book) author's have forgone compensation with their proceeds going once more to the charity/non-profit First Book

    Empire at 40 | Check Out the Cover of From a Certain Point of View: The Empire Strikes Back | StarWars.com


    from-a-certain-point-of-view-2-cover-june-resize.jpg

    Full list of authors involved will be officially released next week, but many have already let it known via twitter that they've participated. So some (but clearly not all) of the participants include:

    Karen Strong
    Emily Skrutskie
    Mark Oshiro
    Lilliam Rivera
    Rob Hart
    Mike Chen
    Amy Ratcliffe
    Gary Whitta
     

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