Author has written 13 stories for Once Upon a Time.
My passions are writing, art, music and dance. I've learned in life that it's important to embrace the things that nourish your spirit...follow your bliss. :)
My RumBelle, Robert Carlyle and Emilie de Ravin page is preparing to run the 2017 ORBITs, the Emilie de Ravin and Robert Carlyle fanfic, art/manip, video and cosplay event, will start January 2, 2017 and end January 27, 2017 at 11:30PM EST. Voting will take place during the month of February, ending on February 28, 2017 at 11:30PM EST. There will be prizes again this year. https://www.facebook.com/rumbelle.rc.edr/posts/1443527579013072:0
I run the Facebook Group "RumBellers": https://www.facebook.com/groups/rumbellers/ Plenty of RumBelle authors post links to their fics on the group, and we have occasional prompts for the group for creative projects: RumBelle manips, edits, pieces of art (painting, drawing, etc.), videos, songs, poems, fanfics, pieces of jewelry, or whatever sparks your muse.
I write for the RumBelle/GoldenBelle ship in "Once Upon A Time" (I might add DreamyNova, DreamyGrumpyBelle friendship, HappyAriel and/or "M*A*S*H" Dr. Hawkeye Pierce eventually).
I love writing the banter of RumBelle/GoldenBelle's dialogue. When RumpleGold and Belle interact on OUAT there is such a rhythmic/musical quality to the way they speak to each other, and it sticks with me like a song, long after the show is over. Yet there is this undercurrent of wanting to be with each other, coupled with the uncertainty of how to proceed since neither has really had a functional romantic relationship before meeting each other. Thus that aspect of their relationship is emotionally satisfying to write as well. They adore each other, and the emotional connection touches me deeply. I like to write with a mixture of humor and drama, because in real life, there is both sun and rain.
Rumplestiltskin/Mr.Gold and Belle broke a 15 year writer's block for me. I am eternally grateful to OUAT and specifically the exceptionally talented Robert Carlyle and Emilie de Ravin for that gift.