This week's spotlight is on Linda Morgan. Linda's story in Woe of the Road reminds us that when our significant others say to "just follow the signs" to get to the airport, it's best to just get their asses out of bed and have them drive you.
If jet packs became an acceptable form of personal transportation, would you own one, and why/why not?
Absolutely I would own one. Not only for the safety of drivers still on the road but for the security of knowing I wouldn't be getting stuck in traffic without a soda cup to pee in (because my daughter made me clean out my car.)
What would the title of your autobiography be?
BORN YESTERDAY - The Untimely Life of Linda Morgan
If you came home to find an alien from outer space on your porch, what three questions would you ask it?
1. Why is the sky blue?
2. Will it hurt when you probe me?
3. Does this space suit make me look fat?
Promote yourself. Where can our readers find more of Linda Morgan?
I am a comic, actor, and writer who just moved to MA from CT. I recently played the role of Mrs. Collins in the feature length comedy Burial Boys, which won Best CT Film and Funniest Flick at the Silk City Flick Fest. Everything else about me that's fit to print is on