JJ at File 770 has compiled a list of series which are eligible for nominations for the first Series Hugo.
I don’t need a lot of help nominating in this category . . . I may well not nominate anything but CJC’s Foreigner series, but if I do, I already know which series I’ll likely pick out of the herd.
Still, this is quite a comprehensive list and you may find it helpful if you are eligible to nominate this year.
Here are a few that caught my eye:
Chronicles of Elantra by Michelle Sagara, Cast in Flight — I know some of you are big fans, and I swear, I SWEAR, I will try this series eventually.
Dune by Frank Herbert, Brian Herbert, and Kevin J. Anderson, Navigators of Dune — this caught my eye because REALLY? This series is still ongoing? I think it was Jo Walton (?) who commented that every book in the Dune series is half as good as its precursor. I laughed, but given the first three or four, I have to agree.
Kate Daniels by Ilona Andrews (Ilona Gordon and Andrew Gordon), Magic Binds — I don’t think any UF / Paranormal stands a chance, because I don’t think the set of Hugo voters overlaps much with the much bigger set of UF / Paranormal readers. But such an excellent series.
Raksura by Martha Wells, The Edge of Worlds — and here’s where I’m reminded, okay, yes, there are other series I need to nominate besides Foreigner.
Shadow Campaigns by Django Wexler, The Guns of Empire — and, fine, I will probably nominate this as well.
The Five Gods series by Lois McMaster Bujold, except it’s only eligible because of a novella, so does that really count? I would think it makes more sense to require novels in order to be eligible. I may be in the minority about that, though. Incidentally, the Vorkosigan series may not be eligible because Red Queen was available for sale in 2015.
If you are planning to nominate this year, are there any other series you’d be rooting for?