I thought I'd make my votes public, so I can explain the thought process behind them. Feel free to ignore
Best Overall: Songs of Araiah
This was close. In terms of polish, TFQ beats the others, but TFQ has pretty much no appeal to me for any of the rest of what I want from a VN, and it isn't anything that I can point people at to say "Look what OELVNs can be like!"
SoA and TT are a lot closer to each other. SoA loses points for being a KN and everything that goes with it - losing the involvement and feeling of controlling a character's destiny - as well as for the backgrounds that don't match the text; but it gains them for the intro video, the elements of the presentation like the frame, the depth of the setting, the sheer length without feeling padded, and the dramatic climax.
Best Drama: Tying Threads
This was the hardest decision, for me, as all three nominees were in serious contention.
So if I liked Araiah's dramatic climax, why do I vote for Threads? Because TT's emotional involvement was more consistent. SoA ranged across a whole variety of aspects, spending time discussing the details of how magic works and the political situation, and the protagonist spent most of his time getting bossed around by the girl
While TT focused on basically just one emotional axis - between loneliness and belonging - and did it very well.
Best Humor: Lady Sugarplum's Bad Day
TFQ didn't do it for me. Real Life was definitely amusing in several places, but overall, Lady Sugarplum gave me the most laughs.
Most Innovative: Yaruge Girl Triona
All the nominees deserve recognition for taking Ren'Py beyond the basics, and all of them worked well within what they tried to do. But Triona's was the most technically impressive to me. I wouldn't necessarily say it worked as a game, but the capabilities of the graphics code are astonishing.
Fanservice Award: Lady Sugarplum's Bad Day
As others have said, Triona isn't exactly "fanservice". Real Life is definitely aiming for the otaku appeal, but - well - if I can put it this way, I find panties more fanservicey if they're being worn by a female character at the time!
My congratulations to all the nominees. (And I wish Raidaa no Asahi could have been eligible, because that was an excellent game that I would have tried to nominate somewhere had I been able to.)