Author: Laurence Lee

Piracy. It's A Crime. 0

The Space Pirate

A crash landed, down-on-his-luck space pirate is on a mission to punish his mutinous crew and take back his hijacked ship in order to escape a dangerous and backwards world.

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The Hungry Boy’s Epic Tales #1

This is what I gifted my son Lucas with for our “Home-made Christmas 2012.”  He loved it and couldn’t stop giggling as he read the story that featured HIM as the main character along with funny, photoshopped graphics. Please enjoy,...

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Legpit Logan & The Hungry Boy #1

Last Christmas (2012) the family decided that we’d only give each other home-made gifts.  We had a blast with a Christmas we’ll always remember. For my sons I made short stories featuring them as characters, complete with Photoshopped images.  This...

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Basic Homemade Granola Recipe

Let’s face it, granola is expensive, even when you buy it in bulk.  Making it isn’t cheap, either, if you use honey or maple syrup, but it’s still more bang for your buck.  Here’s the basic recipe that I use...

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Not A Hero

Run.  He was out of breath.  Run anyway.  He was tired from running for hours.  Keep running.  He wanted to stop.  He slashed his way through dense ferns and shrubs as he ran, hopping and skipping at times to avoid...

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The Beginnings of Things

The Professor, tall, bespectacled and slightly stooped from long years laboring over the various instruments of Science stepped into the classroom.  Pausing at the entrance which closed seamlessly behind him, he absently readjusted his white laboratory robes and looked around...

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Long Love Working

Here’s a poem I wrote in the dead of night after a long, long day. It is what it is and I’ll not say more.

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Sneaking A Gaming Career

Video games. You either love them or hate them. Gauntlet. Pitfall. Dig-Dug. Space Quest. Assassin’s Creed: Revelations. You either think they’re a waste of time or a vital source of entertainment. They’re either money burned or well-spent. Truth is, they are a huge multi-billion dollar industry that has made the production or even the playing of them (if you’re good enough), a viable profession studied in universities worldwide. If that’s the case, then why do you still suck as a parent if you let your kids play them more than a hour a week?