Hidden Realm Entertainment
June 6, 2011
We just love getting feedback from our fans! Its always wonderful to hear what people think of Nuada, our site, and the petition. But every now and then we get a wee bit more from you guys…such as what happened this week. We received an email from Lodi Fost asking us for permission to use our images in a fun new game that she created to help spread the word…awwwww!!! Well of course we said yes – and it was so thoughtful of her to ask. Its little things like this that help to keep Nuadas name on people’s minds, and get us one step closer to our goal: The Prince Nuada Prequel!! Please stop by her page and check out her game.
Well now, how are you finding Round Three? We are trying to branch out and get some different questions in there, hope you like them… oh the Nuada Knowledge you will have at the end of this!! LOL Now, without any further ado, may I present today’s trivia.
There are soooo many talented artists in this world, and since we can NEVER have enough, we are always on the prowl for new and wonderful Nuada art. Today we would like to present a new “featured” piece of fan art coming to us from the very talented Silvern-Geo.
Facebook FINALLY offered us the upgrade for the Hidden Realm Entertainment – Prince Nuada Petition facebook group. Its hasn’t changed a whole heck of a lot, but those of you on facebook may notice you are getting updates for it now. Much easier to stay in the know about what’s going on!
Chicago Sun-Times: Jun 5, 2011
A woman who was unable to attend her high school prom in 1960, having never forgotten, has played the role of fairy godmother for a student.
When alumna Fran Plusker visited her old high school and learned that some of the students would be unable to attend prom due to financial hardship, she approached the Principal about donating a $120 ticket.
Counselors talked it over and the one name kept coming up because of her extraordinary circumstances, she was literally like Cinderella in the ashes.
When I found out, I burst into tears. I was just happy,” said Shanika, the straight-A High School senior, who has had more on her plate than most teens to handle.
Shanika’s family recently lost their home due to foreclosure, and the family has been living in a city shelter. In addition, her mother has congenital heart failure, requiring frequent trips to the hospital. And as the oldest of five children, Shanika often carries the burden when her mother is ill.
And Saturday, as Shanika prepared for prom — with a new dress also donated — her excitement mirrored the fairy tale.