The L Squad goes camping, which is supposed to be a training mission.
“I need you to keep the squad on task,” said Captain Grek. “I don't know, Captain,” said Abby. “That’s Hitch’s job. I do the science.” “Hitch is the captain of your squad,” said Captain Grek. “I have no doubt he'll be good at it someday. Right now, your whole squad is just raw talent. You're... Continue Reading →
I've been slacking on my blogging. I ran out of completed bios and pre-prepared material. Instead of writing new material I've been writing and rewriting and rewriting and rewriting The L Squad: Phase 2. Yes, I've rewritten it thrice. It's at least three times better than the first draft, mathematically speaking. I recently pulled the... Continue Reading →
The Tyrannical Tyrannosaurus Gregory LambaDambaBottom was just a spoiled rich kid on his planet, XaXet (Zak-Zit). He’s like Earth’s extinct tyrannosauruses, but only 8 feet in height weighing in at about a tonne, or 2,204.6 pounds. He can best be described as an anthropomorphic tyrannosaurus or a cross between a human and tyrannosaurus. People from... Continue Reading →
Abby looks like Easter and smells like cotton candy. She’s small, pink, and yellow. There’s a white blaze down the middle of her face with two short swirly antennae on the top of her head. She’s fluffy and even has a white puffy cotton ball tail. To dwell on her physical attributes is to do... Continue Reading →