Last night at the ENnies, Gnome Stew won silver for Best Blog! Thank you to everyone who voted for us — you rock, and we were bowled over by our win.

Wolfgang Bauer’s Kobold Quarterly took the gold, and I’m proud to have lost to Wolfgang.

Congratulations to our fellow nominees, Critical Hits, Newbie DM, and One Geek to Another, as well as honorably mentioned Sarah Darkmagic — we were in excellent, excellent company this year.

This is my first time in front of a computer with a wireless connection, or I would have posted here sooner. (Facebook and Twitter I can do from my phone, and did last night!)

Thank you again for your support — this totally rocks.

About  Martin Ralya

A father, husband, writer, small-press publisher, former RPG industry freelancer, and lifelong geek, Martin has been gaming since 1987 and GMing since 1989. You can find out a bit more about him on his personal website.

9 Responses to Gnome Stew Takes Silver for Best Blog in the 2010 ENnie Awards!

  1. Martin = visionary + community builder par excellence!
    Silver medal looks good around your neck.

  2. Congratulations! Well deserved!

  3. Congratulations!!

  4. Congratulations, guys. Well done.

  5. Kobolds are notorious for rigging elections. In fact, few people know that three kobolds were the masterminds behind the Watergate scandal of Nixon’s Presidency. How do we know that they really “took home the gold”?


    In all seriousness, congrats to Kobold Quarterly and to all of my fellow Gnomies! It feels good to win, doesn’t it?

  6. Thanks, everyone! It’s an awesome, awesome feeling. :-)

  7. The moment, caught from too far away:

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