Readers’ Choice Best Books of 2015 Nominations & Giveaway


VBC's Best Books of 2015The holidays are sneaking up on me. Like every year. We’ve been hard at work behind the scenes at VBC trying to figure out which books will make our Top 10 list for 2015. Right now it’s narrowed down to 25. There were so many magnificent books that released this year. Seriously. It was the year of awesome.

I want to know which books you’d put on the list. Our editorial team will still narrow our picks to the ultimate top 10, but we’ll include the title that gets the most votes from readers on the list, too. Now is the time for you to help recommend the best read of 2015 to everyone.

And it wouldn’t be VBC if we didn’t include an seriously excellent contest to go alongside.

Using the Rafflecopter form below, submit your picks—up to three—for the Best Book of 2014. Two notes:

  1. Yes, this needs to be a book published in this calendar year. (As in between January 1, 2015, and December 31, 2015.)
  2. No, I don’t care if you pick a book coming out in December. (I’m totally putting a December book on VBC’s list.)

The extra fun part of nominating your favorite books? Every person who nominates books will get entered to win this killer VBC prize pack complete with:

  • Burn for Me signed by Ilona Andrews (VBC review)
  • Cold Burn of Magic signed by Jennifer Estep (VBC review)
  • Across a Star-Swept Sea signed by Diana Peterfreund
  • Incarnate signed by Jodi Meadows
  • Undead and Unsure by MaryJanice Davidson

a Rafflecopter giveaway

49 Responses to “Readers’ Choice Best Books of 2015 Nominations & Giveaway”

  1. Eleia says:

    I wish Twitter wasn’t always one of giveaway takes you have to complete.

  2. Brad says:

    Damn it I wanted to nominate 3 but I hit enter and it submitted only 1 book nominee for me :(.

    I wanted to nominate the following 3 books:
    1. Magic Shifts (Ilona Andrews)
    2. The Ruby Circle (Rachell Meede)
    3. Queen of Shadows (Sarah Maas)

  3. Mel Thomas says:

    My top three (non-contemporary) books of the year were as follows:

    (1) Magic Shifts by Ilona Andrews
    (2) Menagerie by Rachel Vincent
    (3) Dead of Winter by Kresley Cole

  4. Denisetwin says:

    I am entering the following three:
    Vision in Silver Anne Bishop,
    Sweep in Peace Ilona Andrews,
    Uprooted Naomi Novik

  5. susan emans says:

    Three??!! Only three??!!! But my preciouses… *screeches with indecision*

  6. Karen says:

    I know, it’s hard to pick only three!

  7. Menagerie by Rachel Vincent
    Total Surrender b Rebecca Zanetti
    Edged Blade by J.C. Daniels

    So hard to pick just three.

  8. Sarah says:

    Aaaaand I also accidentally hit the enter key too soon. Ah well, I wanted to nominate
    Burned by Karen Marie Moning
    The Ruby Circle by Rachel Meede
    Menagerie by Rachel Vincent

    But I guess Burned is the only one going on there :p thanks for the awesome giveaway, so excited!!!

  9. Theressa Griggs says:

    I nominated Eighth Grave After Dark, Dead Ice, and Shards of Hope 😉

  10. GV says:

    Can Canadians enter this contest? Thanks

  11. GV says:

    My 3 choices which Rafflecopter dis not let me enter while using my smartphone are:

    Burn For Me – Ilona Andrews
    Vision in Silver – Anne Bishop
    The Shadows – J R Ward


  12. 3!? that’s like asking me to choose between my children

  13. Katie says:

    I nominated burned by KMM!!

  14. Rhonda says:

    I always have such a hard time picking. I nominated two but I could have kept going. There were a lot of great books this year.

  15. Liz H says:

    So many! Magic Shifts, Bound by Flames, Black Heart of Magic

  16. Liz S says:

    So many great books, it is hard to limit to three. I listed Magic Shifts, Vision in Silver and The Cinder Spires: Aeronaut Windlass. Thanks for the contest and Happy Thanksgiving!

  17. JRay says:

    Uprooted – Novik, Queen of Shadows – Maas, and Heart of Betrayal – Pearson – but there were so many good books this year!

  18. Sara says:

    1. Magic Shifts (Ilona Andrews) 2. The Ruby Circle (Rachell Meede)

  19. Brad says:

    Damn I forgot all about Visions of Silver.. It was so hard to only pick 3.

  20. Nancy says:

    So many books,1.Uprooted-Naomi Novice 2.Queen of shadows Sarah j. Mass 3.Mime Order-Samantha Shannon

  21. Mary Preston says:

    Very interesting choices.

  22. Sarah says:

    In case my vote didn’t work, my 3 nominations are:

    Blood Dark by Lindsay J. Pryor
    A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Mass
    Oblivion by Kelly Creagh

  23. Sherri says:

    I was only allowed to nominate one book. My other two are:
    Eight Grave by Darynda Jones
    Magic Shifts by Ilona Andrews
    The one I nominated wasVision of Silver by Ann Bishop

  24. Tashraven says:

    I was only allowed one book. Here is what I wanted to put
    A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Mass
    Vision of Silver by Ann Bishop
    The Bloodbound (Bloodbound, #1) by Erin Lindsey

  25. laos says:

    queen of shadows!!

  26. Yvonne Kuhn says:

    Also wanted to nominate Dark Debt by Chloe Neill

  27. Jennifer says:

    Lindsay Pryor – Blood Dark
    Valerie Twombly – Fall into Darkness
    Sharon Hannaford – Come Hell or High Water
    There have been so many great books if 2015…it is so hard to choose

  28. Betul Erikci says:

    I nominated:
    – Dead Heat by Patricia Briggs
    – Eighth Grave After Dark by Darynda Jones
    – Vision in Silver by Anne Bishop

  29. Yvonne A. says:

    I nominate 3 books, but i love more books this year 😀

  30. Suzanne Millan says:

    I nominated:
    Blood Dark – by Lindsay J. Pryor

  31. Mervi says:

    I nominated:

    Dead Heat by Patricia Briggs
    A Red-Rose Chain by Seanan McGuire
    Dark Heir by Faith Hunter

  32. Stephanie F. says:

    1. Magic Shifts by Ilona Andrews
    2. Dead Heat by Patricia Briggs
    3. A Red-Rose Chain by Seanan McGuire

  33. Shannon says:

    So many great books this year! It was so hard to choose!!

  34. Aliyah says:

    What a fantastic giveaway! Thanks!

  35. Sarah says:

    How to pick only three!! I nominate Magic Shifts by Ilona Andrews, A Court Of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J Maas and Uprooted by Naomi Novik. It didn’t seem entirely fair to go with my first choices — Magic Shifts, Sweep in Peace, both by Ilona Andrews, and then toss a coin for the last entry!!

  36. Karla C says:

    It was hard only picking three but my choices were
    Burned by KMM
    The Shadows by J.R. Ward
    Bound by Flames by Jeaniene Frost

  37. Jackie Evans says:

    Great prize thanks for the making the contest international. My 3 choices are Edged Blade by JC Daniels. Visions in silver by Anne Bishop. Shards of hope by Nalini Singh.

  38. Bube says:

    This is awesome 😀
    May the best win 🙂

  39. Kelsey C. says:

    1.Magic Shifts – Ilona Andrews
    2.Sweep in Peace – Ilona Andrews
    3. Archangel’s Enigam – Nalini Singh

  40. Anya says:

    Magic Shifts by Ilona Andrews
    Archangel’s Enigma by Nalini Singh
    End of Days by Susan Ee

  41. Jaclyn says:

    Thanks so much for doing this giveaway!

  42. Kathryn E. Solidum says:

    1.Magic shift Ilona andrews
    2. Dead heat patricia briggs

  43. Dovile says:

    Born of Defiance by Sherrilyn Kenyon, Alien Separation by Gini Koch and Tall, Dark and Immortal by Cat Devon

  44. Kamelia says:

    So many books to choose from…
    Burn for me by Ilona Andrews

  45. Yovcheva says:

    The Wrath and the Dawn by Renee Ahdieh
    Burn for Me by Ilona Andrews
    Archangel’s Enigma by Nalini Singh

  46. CS says:

    ok, only 3..so hard to choose!

    Magic Shifts by Ilona Andrews
    Vision in Silver by Anne Bishop
    Radiance by Grace Draven

  47. Brad says:

    I won this giveaway but I did not realize this to a few days ago I missed the email. I replied to the email with address. Please let me know if you received it or not. I would like the book Burn for Me by Ilona Andrews please. Thanks and Happy Holidays.

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