Who’s Molly Greye?

I’m Molly Greye (pronounced like the color grey)

If you are reading this, it must mean that you also like to read and write as much as I do. I’m flattered to have your attention and I hope you enjoy my little musings.

I’m a full-time college student. I love to travel and document my adventures. I love photography and drawing. I love my cat who acts like a dog and is very clingy. I absolutely love listening to music. It is the one thing that helps keep the creativeness flowing when I write.

I’m working on a trilogy I started years ago. I’m currently editing my first book titled, “Of Love and Lies,” which I haven’t made it official ย (please don’t grow too attached!!) I promise to come up with a good title that doesn’t sound like a stereotypical love novel that Nora Roberts would write. My dream is to publish this world I have developed and fallen in love with.

I encourage everyone to give some critique on my samples from my book. I could use some feedback on it and I would greatly appreciate it.

Other than that, stay awesome ๐Ÿ™‚

51 thoughts on “Who’s Molly Greye?

    • I started back in 2010 and had WAY too much free-time on my hands. Editing is worst part because it is taking me forever to makeup my mind of whether I like a scene or not. Thank you for stopping by my page and I hope you enjoyed your wine time ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Originally, it was going to be one book but I reached 300 plus pages, I realized that I was nowhere near done with the story. Right now, I’m pausing on writing until I finish studying the architecture of the era I’m basing the story on and adding a few styles of my own. I probably won’t it all finished for several more years.

      It doesn’t help that new book ideas pop either so I know exactly how you feel ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Yup. I often wish for assistance or a team I can go to with ideas. Otherwise, I come up with more “seeds” than I can flush out on “paper”. I can start one and feel I am neglecting another. It’s even harder to juggle sometimes. Meh. What are we going to do?:P

        I’ve been shooting for 300-400 pages each book regardless of genre. Some of these newer books seem to be filling lots of pages with big print to sell more paper. Meanwhile, I feel like I have to shrink everything down to save space:P I’m still striving to complete the great novel. I got halfway through one or two books before I stopped to rethink the whole thing. Again, meh.

        I am terrible at research:P But, I have picked up a few details here and there for a few projects. I think I’d doze off researching architecture. But, I did look into Quonset huts and house styles briefly once.

      • Don’t get me started on books with large font. I think it’s pathetic on both the author and the publishing company to have to resort to that because they want to make some more bucks.

        As for the research, I would also like a team who can help with the architecture part, another for editing, and another to get me coffee and breakfast sandwiches.

        Am I asking too much? ๐Ÿ˜›

      • It may seem pathetic on the publisher’s part, but I do approve the big print for readers who struggle with their eyesight and younger readers. It’s no different from kids books. But, sometimes it just irks me when I feel like they are trying to print more pages for a bigger book on the shelf. I can’t quite explain or be certain of what I am saying…:P…but that about sums it up. I flip on this topic. If it makes the book more expensive…and it probably will…then it may not be worth it.

        I could be big on any editing team. I am very particular about pinpointing mistakes:P I rephrase sentences and mess around with punctuation. I am fairly keen on spelling (I catch most typos). I suspect my only weak areas might be varying sentence types and paragraph structure. But, I will surely clean up the text so it reads well and won’t make the author look absent-minded.

        Coffee and sandwiches? Now, you went too far:P Now, you’re a writing diva. No one needs to wait on you hand and foot. You should settle for a good brainstorming group. One or two doers/writers, one spare idea/counter-point person/editor and one or two research fanatic(s)/bookworm(s). Those would be the bare bone essentials if not just one good co-writer.

        Get your own damn sandwiches and coffee:P hehe

      • Lol, it was worth a shot for that team ๐Ÿ˜‰

        But no, I don’t need a writing team that is equivalent to Mariah Carey’s hair and makeup team. If anything, I plan to meet with an editor. I can’t wait to get my research done and out of the way. ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Now, you bring up a good one. Yea, I need calla lilies and red roses and a box of quality chocolates–no cheap stuff with lemon and peach cremes–on my dressing…er, writing table:)

        I could be your editor:D You can be my research gal.

  1. I like your page and your personal blurb. It makes me realize how much I have to do in order to enhance my blog. Phew what a lot of work (besides the actual writing) and it also makes me realize wow, do I ever have to start reading more! I’ve been a huge closet writer my whole life and now that I’m ‘putting it out there’ phew! Thanks for taking a gander ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • Closet writers unite! I’m still working on my blog. There are so many possibilities with it. I look forward to the posts you share. Thanks for checking out my page ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Hi Molly, I’ve read quite a lot of your post and I’m hooked. Your blog is one of my favorites now. Looking forward to read more of your articles! Oh, and good luck on your book ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. u knw i like d way u post ……..u knw i don’t give a shit about writin style etc……but after reading ur blog……i am surprisd n happy 2 be ur follower…hope u do post some fuckin post in future

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