Her cartoons appear regularly on the Huffington Post and are shared by thousands everyday on social media.
In 2009, Molly transformed her website, Mollycules.com, into a children’s bookand illustration company, and has published three titles: All the Things I Can Do!, Izzy's Ukulele Adventure (downloaded more than 75,000 times from iBookstore), and Under the Sneep Tree: The Wamboozling of A Village.
For a majority of her life, Molly lived with post-traumatic stress disorder brought on by chronic childhood abuse. At the age of nine, she developed an life-threatening autoimmune disorder that required hospitalization every three weeks, for many years. Escaping to her imagination through art was how she was able to survive these unfortunate circumstances.
Despite the odds, Molly’s illness went into remission during her teen years. While attending the University of California Santa Barbara, she began her emotional healing journey.
Though she finally had a clean bill of health, emotional scars from her past ran deep.
After more than 10 years dedicated toward healing, Molly no longer suffers from PTSD. The rich imagination she escaped to in her youth gifted her with a connection to whom she calls her “little Molly.” This relationship was the cornerstone of her healing and is the inspiration for characters in her children’s books.
She has been a recurring guest on the Huffington Post Live, exhibited at conventions coast-to-coast with her works, participated in group and solo art shows, and has taught cartooning to children and adults since 2004.