Until a little while ago, when someone else commented on it. The someone calls themself teddaily, and their comment reads:
Congratulations! Our selection committee compiled an exclusive list of the Top 100 fantasy novels Blogs, and yours was included! Check it out at http://thedailyreviewer.com/top/fantasy-novels
You can claim your Top 100 Blogs Award Badge at http://thedailyreviewer.com/pages/badges
teddaily's LJ is a quiet place. Peaceful. Tumbleweed blow through it. It looks a lot like the shopfronts set up by our Russian friends a little while ago. But the links do lead to a site called The Daily Reviewer (I checked it out from work; they can deal with any viruses) which seems kosher and includes links to a number of writer websites.
Obviously, the idea of the villages winning any kind of award is absurd and the idea of it winning a top fantasy novel blog is surreal.
Once again, though, if this is spam, it seems a faintly pointless kind of spam, but as before, heads up in case you get a message from these guys. I googled The Daily Reviewer and they seem to be handing out Top 100 awards to people for many, many different things.