Author has written 42 stories for Supernatural, StarTrek: Deep Space Nine, StarTrek: The Next Generation, X-Men: The Movie, Mass Effect, Covington Cross, Bates Motel, Lost, X-Force, Star Wars, Harry Potter, Deadpool, Captain America, and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
Here's the status of my stories as of 4th November 2016:
Stories actively being worked on:
• We Were Soldiers — Captain America — (regular updates)
Stories which are on hiatus (but definitely not abandoned) due to losing all my notes, chapter outlines, and basically everything I had planned, following a hard-drive crash and loss of non-backed-up data:
• Restoration — Star Trek DS9 — Huge thanks to everyone for your patience!
Fandoms which I hope to (eventually... one day) resume writing for:
• Covington Cross
Take Two Tag
What is Take Two Tag? An experimental game of tag, writing-style. PM me if you'd like to play, and I'll let you know the rules.
The first ever victim of TTT was Jade M. Wong, who helped refine the rules. Her story can be found below.
29/2/2016 - Jade M. Wong - Weasley's Work Woes
I can also be found on Interwebs (theurbanspaceman dot net) and Twitter (@MrUrbanSpaceman)
Everybody wants to know about the author.
Authors want everybody to know about them.
So, I write stories. I write original fiction and fanfiction. Very occasionally, I also write poems. I like getting reviews, but I hate author notes. My stories are not peppered with "PLEASE R&R!!!" If you'd like to review, please do so. I respond to every (registered) review and try to review-back whenever I can (if I don't, it's because I don't know any of the fandoms you've written for). I love constructive criticism. Help me be a better writer by telling me what does and does not work for you. You don't have to review to do that; you can just PM me. Dialogue is what it's there for. Fair warning: I have a tendency to ramble.
I've noticed a growing trend around here for authors to copy/paste large amounts of vacuous chain-mail nonsense into their profiles. My advice; don't. If I have to scroll my mousewheel more than a couple of times to reach your stories, I'm not reading them.