Morgan is a strong female character in my novel, Virtual Silence. She is the Facility Material Resources Supervisor, in charge of requisition and stores for such daily-use items as paperclips, staples and paper, for the Amalgamate United Corporation, which does so many things, for so many people; All at Once.
She is also the leader of an anti-technology, anti-corporate-conglomerate group called The Virtual Silence Brigade. They want people to unplug from the TV, the internet, their mindless jobs, and smell the petunias for once.
Morgan is in love with the Key Screening Person, Simon De Mont; a mousy man with the heart of a lion. But she’s afraid that telling him might open a can of worms that could devour her little protest group, and change her life not entirely for the better.
Morgan’s copy of the company’s employee handbook is in pristine condition, having sat on her cubicle desk untouched for 15 years.