Tonight I just finished the first book in the original Thrawn trilogy. I loved it. I'm moving right along to the next one.
Since I'm a bit behind on these formerly-canon stories I know many other books have probably contributed to this storyline.
I've been long since spoiled to the eventual outcome of Mara Jade and Luke's interactions, but I'm very intrigued by their story and want to read it fully. There is so much content out there and that makes it quite difficult to sift through without coming across future stories.
Can anyone help me out with a list of relevant books, and the order in which to read them? I know the story begins where I'm at, and I'm assuming continues directly through the thrawn trilogy. I know that Zahn has a second series, a duology, on thrawn as well which I assume continues the story, but I am unsure if that continues directly after the trilogy or if there is other relevant content between them.
Following that duology, I'd like to continue on with following the story of Mara and Luke through all the subsequent books related two them.
Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.
I just cannot believe the hypocrisy of the nexus. Preaching how wrong it is to reupload mods without permission and then go and do it themselves. Personally, I don't care too much about the nexus reuploading my mods because I can still get access to them. What I'm not okay with is the fact that hundreds of these mods were uploaded when the author wouldn't want them to be or doesn't even know it happened because they left the community.
And I'm also not okay with people telling me what should be done with my mods. Where they should be uploaded. I decide, not you. The author decides, not us.
Plenty of my mods are uploaded places where I don't want them to be, and I cannot do a thing about it.
The wishes of the modder should be upheld. Even if that mod is then forced to be a "back-room" mod.
I'm going to be perfectly honest, and probably a little harsh with this statement: I don't feel anyone who hasn't made a mod has any right to say what should or should not be done with an author's work. Does this make me an elitist? Perhaps. But I have seen a distinctly larger amount of greater good arguments from non-modders than modders.
I'm a little late weighing in here, but as an author I have already uploaded all of the mods I want to still survive either here, on nexus, or on my own website. I'm strongly against what the nexus did here but I understand where they're coming from. It is a little annoying and came at an inconvenient time for me as I'm dealing with some account issues on the nexus (weird wrong emails and duplicate accounts) and won't be able to have the mods of mine they uploaded removed. I think two I'll allow to stay up but the rest I want gone. I made those mods when I was a kid and I want them gone.
I've always had good dealings with the nexus and their staff members, I just hope every modder who still cares will come handle their mods how they choose.