Author has written 173 stories for Red Dwarf, Torchwood, Teen Titans, Primeval, Man From UNCLE, South Park, Star Trek: 2009, and Sherlock.
1 story for Red Dwarf.
I am now a published author. I write as Matthew J. Metzger, currently in LGBT fiction, but hopefully soon in sci-fi and fantasy too. Original works currently available are listed below, and more details can be found at my website. Clicking on the link of the book title takes you to the publisher's website where it can be bought, usually in ebook or print form. Obviously, I strongly encourage you to buy them!
LGBT Young Adult Novels
Our Last Summer: Spending every summer with his grandmother in the south of England isn't Ryan's idea of a good time, and when he finds someone his own age to hang out with, he doesn't much care who that is. Alex might not say much, but company is company when there's nobody else to choose from, and Ryan will simply have to make do. But the longer Ryan hangs around, the more he discovers ... not just about Alex, but about himself, about the things that really matter, and that eventually, summer must come to an end.
Vivaldi in the Dark, The Devil's Trill Sonata, and Rhapsody on a Theme: From first love to final dance at midnight at a close friend's wedding, relationships aren't easy. Even less so for Darren Peace, who suffers with severe depression, and for Jayden Phillips, the boyfriend who can't just make things better. A heart-wrenching trilogy about the cruel reality of an even crueller disease.
LGBT Adult Novels
Enough: Jesse can do the math: Ezra's perfect, he isn't, and this relationship is doomed. Until the accident forces Jesse to recalculate.
Some Mistakes: [an erotic novella coming soon from Breathless Press!]
Now I'm 'legit' (so to speak) I spend a lot less time writing fanfiction. I'm still working on A Temporary Madness but that is probably going to be my last serialised work. Oneshots from now on, I suspect! But I can still be reached through this account, or my website. I still consider requests, I still like to talk to people, and I have no intention of abandoning this place permanently. If you want to keep up with my original work (which you do), you can do so at Twitter (@MatthewJMetzger) or my website.