In the time between AOTC and ROTS, Cliegg wrote a series of detailed memoirs of the experiences surrounding Shmi's death. Entitled "When Tuskens Attack" it became a Holonet Top 10 seller. This overnight sensation propelled Cliegg to galactic fame, and punched his ticket off the desert planet. He used the funds for a complete makeover, including a state of the art Incom T-35 Leather Hoverchair. [image=http://www.smh.com.au/ffximage/2005/06/22/jackthomson_narrowweb__200x274.jpg] Thus, he did not appear in ROTS due to touring in support of his book. Owen, wishing that his father would have stayed on Tatooine, and not gotten involved, remained at the homestead with his wife, where they adopted the small child Luke. Owen forbade the small child from books and reading, fearing that he would take after his grand-uncle Cliegg, and leave Tatooine on some damned-fool idealistic book tour.