Servants of War, On Audible Now

No. I don’t know who stuck it in Military Sci-Fi instead of Fantasy, but I’ll take that orange tag.

I hope you guys are enjoying this because Steve and I had a lot of fun writing it. If you enjoy it, please leave a review. If you didn’t enjoy it, nobody needs that kind of negativity in their life, man! 🙂

The best thing in the world for a writer is word of mouth, so if you tell your friends, or post about a book on social media, that is a huge help, and greatly appreciated.

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13 thoughts on “Servants of War, On Audible Now”

  1. Congrats! I love that “Ender’s Game” is still a top 10 MilSciFi after all these years, and no Scalzi on the list…

  2. Well, I don’t think they have a Military Fantasy section (though they should), and I do see how it leans more Military than Fantasy. I am looking forward to more info about the other Sister.

  3. Hi, Larry. I was listening to your and Steve’s podcast (big fan, by the way) and an advertisement for “Servants of War” was played. But it never mentioned the name of the book.

    Maybe this is a clever marketing ploy, like the Standard Hotel in LA, in which case never mind. Otherwise . . .

  4. Really enjoyed it! I’ve also been enjoying listening to Writer Dojo, where you and Steve have dropped tidbits on the process for this book. I’m looking forward to the future entries in the series.

  5. i just started Servants of War this morning (I had to wait for the book, since I can’t read ebooks for more than 20 minutes at a time without getting a headache), so I’m only about 50 pages in. But one thing that has really stuck with me is the new and original spin on the Call to Adventure/Inciting Incident. It was not what I was expecting, not what I thought it would be.

    Good job with that! I don’t know if it was you Larry, or Steve (and it really doesn’t matter, I guess) but it was refreshing and really made me more invested in Illarion from the first few pages.

  6. Congratulations on what I hope is another successful book launch. Your work output has always been an incredible despite the books being supersized.

  7. Been reading Servants of War as well. I just got to the “fine motor control” test.

    That probably has to be the most perfect blend of horrifying and ridiculous I have even encountered.

    Bravo.

    1. The downside of finishing? Knowing there’s going to be a bit of a wait before I get to read book 2…

      And yes, Kristoph is an awesome antagonist.

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