She didn't care. She did care about not getting paid properly, but otherwise she really didn't and doesn't care. A dozen novels and five years on she doesn't even remember the names of characters. She's too busy making bank as a working writer, and she was never someone who was locked into a single franchise. I don't know if people outside publishing understand this, but publishers and IP owners contact writers. Everything she's done has been a result of IP owners asking for her, and she's turned down several major IP's because they didn't interest her or they were way out of her ballpark (although she did some behind the scenes work on a few things that she can't talk about) and she's written over 25 novels (half NYT bestsellers), 1 full video game and work on at least one other, and over three dozen comics in ten years and shows no sign of slowing. Not that she didn't enjoy doing the work and give 100% on SW or any other project or the fans, and she still answers most every piece of fan mail she gets, but I think the only thing she would have liked was her royalties paid properly and other contractual agreements upheld, but nothing to do with canon or what happens to the character once she moved on. I like SW and if they hired me to write I would work my ass off but I know if they decided "Nah, we're spiking this", as long as I got paid I'd be happy, I got to play in their sandbox and then move on and if the check clears; AWESOME. That's what professional writers are like. Besides feeling bad for people like the Mando Mercs and other cosplayers who made costumes based on characters that are now non-canon....eh. It's just not a big deal.