Molly Steere believes that if it doesn’t make an impact, it’s not worth writing. Armed with accuracy, professionalism and a healthy sense of humor, she is determined to deliver thorough and innovative copy. That’s why everything she does – from humorous essays  to  magazine articles – is prompt, clean, lively and effective.

About Molly

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3 responses to “About

  1. I read your post on Holly Whitehall’s blog and I found it very interesting. I checked out your blog and went straight to your “About” section. I wanted to learn a little more about you. My story is similar to yours, except I never got to finish my Architecture degree, and I can’t go back to school because I have a nine month old baby. I know it shouldn’t be an excuse but It’s a little more complicated than that.
    Anyways, being a mom and a wife and everything that comes with it, from responsibilities, to socializing, to evolving a house into a home, I felt like I’m not accomplishing anything. I know, I’ve heard it a million times before, I’m accomplishing what many can’t, bla..bla..bla. Well…yes, I may be but I just need something that’s mine. So I started writing.
    I’ve written before, but they were more like school papers and stuff. I love to read and I have so many different scenarios running around in my head, I just never thought to write them down.
    I started writing Flash Fiction in my blog “Woven Strands of my untold thoughts” and I got some really good feedback, well, other than some grammar criticism, which is fixable hehe. Anyways, I don’t know if I’ve found my calling but so far I’m loving it and I would love to get published one day.
    I swear there is a point I’m trying to make :). Point is, I love coming across blogs that inspire me, and yours did. So thank you and I hope I can learn from you some more in the future. :)
    Hiba <3

    • Hi Hiba!

      Thanks so much for taking the time to visit my blog. I was cruising around your blog and it looks like you’ve done a lot of writing! I know how hard it is to try to fit in writing around being a mom and wife (I have an almost 18 month old) but keep persevering. Your passion will help you reach your goal. Keep me posted!

  2. Thank you, and I will :) good luck with your little one!

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