Nov 30 2011
LATEST AUTHOR NEWS:
Interview with author Raine Thomas (May 6, 2013) – With an excerpt from Squalor, New Mexico
Interview with author Molly Ringle: (April 19, 2013)
Interview with author Lorna Suzuki (March 10, 2013)
Interview with YA author Tiffany A White: Lisette Brodey on Hollywood and Writing (January 25, 2013)
Chat with Michelle Halket, founder of Central Avenue Publishing (October 21, 2012)
Interview with author Eden Baylee: Inside A Writer’s Mind (August 19, 2012)
Blog Post by author Dean Mayes about Molly Hacker Is Too Picky! (June 19, 2012)
Interview with author Penny Ehrenkranz (June 19, 2012)
Interview with author Jaidis Shaw (May 16, 2012)
.99 Kindle Sale for Molly Hacker Is Too Picky! EXTENDED! (Second week in May 2012)
.99 Kindle Sale for Molly Hacker Is Too Picky (First week in May 2012)
Interview with writer/blogger Jamie Corrigan: May 2, 2012
Interview with author Maria Savva about my novel Squalor, New Mexico: April 23, 2012
Giveaway: A signed PB copy of Molly Hacker Is Too Picky! included in writer Jamie Corrigan’s giveaway: April 1, 2012
Blog by author Darlene Arden: Molly Hacker Is Too Picky! March 28, 2012
Interview / Giveaway on FreeBookFriday.com until March 23, 2012
Review by author LK Gardner-Griffie on The LL Book Review: February 10, 2011
Interview with author Richard C. Hale: January 5, 2011
Interview with writer Dorothy Dreyer: December 13, 2011
Note from the Author, Lisette Brodey - April 22, 2013
Welcome! This site is dedicated to my romantic comedy, Molly Hacker Is Too Picky! Snarky, overanalytical, and fun-loving Molly, a 32-year-old reporter, is looking for true love and she refuses to settle for Mr. Wrong. If you would like to know more about Molly’s story, just click on the Synopsis link or on the Excerpt link to read Chapter 1.
I will continue to update this page with all of the latest on Molly Hacker Is Too Picky! and my Facebook author page as well. Please visit my author website as well. In addition to posting blogs and guest blogs, every Monday at Lisette’s Writers’ Chateau I interview one of my fabulous fellow authors.
Thank you so much for visiting www.mollyhacker.com. Some of you have been here before, perhaps to check out Molly’s Monday blogs (which ran regularly from February through October 2011) or to read the interviews with her creative peers. Whether you have been a regular visitor or are brand new to this site, welcome. Thank you for coming!
Again, you can read Chapter 1 of this novel by clicking on Excerpt (on the left side of this page) or by reading or downloading a larger sample on Amazon. If you’d like to know more about me and/or my previous novels, please click on the About the Author link.
It has been a long and interesting road blogging as the main character of a novel. I will be doing several interviews about the process, Molly, and writing in general. I will be updating this page (and my Facebook author page) with information as it becomes available.
And now, I think Molly is very eager to present her video and rap about her crazy life.
Best wishes to all!
And now, here’s Molly:
Hey, cool peeps, my name is Molly Hacker,
A hardworking woman; I ain’t never been a slacker.
I’ve always been choosy, people call me picky,
Accepting second best is unacceptable and icky.
I work as a reporter for the Swansea Herald
Writing ‘bout the town, and the world so very periled.
In addition to my stories, I write obituaries,
One more crazy task to add to all my worries.
Well, I love designer labels, and super fab shoes,
I own not one but three pairs of Jimmy Choos.
I live in a town pop-u-lated by the wealthy,
Peeps that overtan till they’re toasted and unhealthy.
My least fave person in this quaint and charming burb,
Is Naomi Hall-Benchley, who is headin’ for da curb.
This she-devil thinks herself a sassy charm-ah
With no freakin’ clue, there’s a thing they call karma.
Enough about that woman, she’s enough to make you gag,
Can’t wait for the day she’s a used-up toothless hag.
If you’re still listenin’, then I’ll tell you ‘bout my life
And why I’m so picky ‘bout the man to call me “wife.”
No point in being married, just to be some dude’s missus,
I’d rather have a dog that would give me sloppy kisses.
I’m searching for true love, complete, and enduring
A man who’s freakin’ funny, ‘cause life sux when it is boring.
So, yeah, I’m Picky Molly, got my pedal to the metal,
And no freakin’ way, this girl is gonna settle.
Yours in pickiness,