Linda Hull grew up in Miami, Florida, spending much of her time playing with her imaginary friends. As an adult, she moved to Central Florida and graduated from Rollins College where she was inspired to write down her imaginary exploits with the hope of turning them into a lucrative career.
A collection of short stories that will keep you laughing and the pages turning. These are nine humorous journeys through an imagination that is wild and wonderful. Dogs might talk, love connections might be made, jambalaya could be tasted... and there just may be a zombie somewhere.
Mom always loved Las Vegas. There is no reason why this trip should be any different just because she is traveling in a cardboard box.
A lighthearted story of relief, redemption and remorse as three women pay a final tribute to their mother by taking her to her favorite place. Full of humor, love, lies and lavish buffets, this is a goodbye to remember.
She moved out and moved on, but beneath the surface, the scars remain. She was the lucky one. The house only had one survivor.
This is an uplifting short story about going home again to finish cleaning up the mess they left behind. A successful young woman reconnects with her past - good and bad.
Pure, snarky, green organza fluff. Guaranteed laughs in this fun, quick read.
This short, hilarious story is about two young women who throw everything they have into a heroic battle with a spider: including oven cleaner and a cat. (No animals were harmed in the writing of this story)