Author has written 90 stories for Star Fox, Firefly, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, Batman, and Young Justice.
Find me on Medium.com. I post under the user name J. Lee Hazlett on topics including travel, psychology, reading, and writing. I present new content on a weekly basis, so there's always something new to peruse.
If you enjoy my fan fiction, you'll love my original fiction, too! Check out my website at www.jleehazlett.com. There you'll find links to my first book, 'The Hand Job and Other Crimes' (available on Amazon.com) as well as information about my upcoming travelogue, 'Gaijin Tips - Two Outsiders Tackle Japan'.
Regarding the organization of my stories in the Batman fandom:
One of my lovely readers recently asked how all (or any) of my Batman stories that are not declared sequels/prequels of one another fit together. First off: the 'Princely Pardon'/'Of Friends and Foes'/'A Weekend in Bruges' and 'Ache of Cowardice'/'To Catch A Predator' arcs take place in the same universe. Stories in this universe are part of the Spark in the Dark series. The chronological story order in this universe is as follows:
'Firework'; 'Summer Shorts'; 'Batfairy'; 'The Princely Pardon'; 'Of Friends and Foes'; 'A Frivolous Holiday'; 'A Weekend in Bruges'; 'Turkey Song'; 'Camp Batman'; 'A Haunting in Central City'; 'Sick Day'; 'Hope'; 'Instant Gratification'; 'Phenom'; 'The Boy in the Box'; 'The Ache of Cowardice'; 'To Catch A Predator'.
All stories not listed above are not part of the Spark in the Dark universe. These other stories are generally in discrete universes, but the reader is of course welcome to mix and match them as they please.