the 2011 transatlantic diablog award

This is the 2011 transatlantic diablog award.

The voting period has ended on December 31, 2011. The winner will be announced here soon…!

Vote for your favourite blog post of the year. To vote, klick on the icon on top of this post. Or enter the voting booth here. (Information on all nominees there, too.)

Just take a minute and nominate your favourite blog post of the year (with a comment below). It’s easy and has no catch. For some restrictions and more info klick on the “all info icon” above. Let’s make this year’s award as successful as the one last year. Wanna nominate yourself? Don’t mind. You’re welcome.

 

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14 thoughts on “the 2011 transatlantic diablog award

  1. I nominate Not War and Peace by Not Leo Tolstoy, aka Eileen Riley. It can be found at http://notwarandpeace.wordpress.com and really ought to be checked out.

    I nominate it because Leo Tolstoy would Not be as fun to read, and it’s far more digestible – and immediately relatable – than his opus. I wouldn’t read any other.

  2. Thanks honestlyfoodie for nominating. Love thy bikes is in. Check the list of all nominees. And please come back for votings – starting tomorrow, December 15. See you…

  3. i would specifically like to nominate “who are these people” on eileen riley’s not war and peace

    — tom arms

  4. the 2011 transatlantic diablog award
    Posted on Wednesday, 7 December 11 @ http://notwarandpeace.wordpress.com/2011/12/07/the-2011-transatlantic-diablog-award/

    I would very much like to nominate Not War and Peace for the Transatlantic diablog award. Eileen Riley is particularly suited for the award. Not only is she a former American diplomat living in London,but her offbeat insights and uniquely entertaining writing style are guaranteed to improve the laugh lines. http://notwarandpeace.wordpress.com/about/

    tom arms

  5. I nominate Love Thy Bikes “Cycling Cornwalls Clay Trail”. With the pictures and fantastic descriptions you almost feel you are there yourself, sun baking down on your back and dust in your nostrils. Although I have a bike, I have to admit to not being such an avid rider. However, after having read this blog, I could see myself “Cycling Cornwalls Clay Trail” too!
    Thanks for the great blog.

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