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TheOneRing.net is nominated in SFX Blog Awards


The first annual SFX Blog Awards are open for voting and TheOneRing.net is humbled to find that we’ve been nominated in the ‘Best Franchise Film Site‘ category. As described by SFX, the awards…

"celebrate the best that SF and fantasy fan-driven and insider-developed internet activity has to offer. These awards aren’t for big, profit-making sites but for sites that were created for the love of the genre, and are maintained by people out of love rather than money."

If you feel TheOneRing.net is the best in this category, we encourage you to place your vote. And it goes without saying, TheOneRing.net is only as successful as the efforts and dedication of our all volunteer staff and the constant encouragement from Tolkien fans worldwide. Thank you for your support!

Please Vote Here: http://www.sfx.co.uk/2011/03/16/the-sfx-blog-awards/6/


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