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Book of Enchantments (1996)
The Seven Towers (1984)
Snow White and Rose Red (1989)
Star Wars, Episode I – The Phantom Menace (1999)
The Seven Towers was my fourth novel, and my first attempt at having more than one viewpoint character. It contains one of my favorite characters, the apparently absent-minded sorceress Amberglas, and it’s just been reissued by Firebird after years of being out of print.
Snow White and Rose Red is a retelling of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale “Snow White and Rose Red” set in Elizabethan England. It was one of my favorite fairy tales when I was growing up, in spite of having to explain repeatedly that I did not mean “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.”
The three Star Wars books were both a learning experience and an incredible amount of fun to do. I hadn’t worked with such an inflexibly tight time-frame before, and turning a screenplay into a book was a lot more difficult than it looked at first glance. The folks at Lucasbooks were extremely supportive and helpful, and gave me prompt answers to every question I asked (though sometimes the answer was “We’re very sorry, but George Lucas hasn’t made that up yet”).