Utilizing her background in writing, journalism, and marketing, Molly has served on editorial staffs for more than nine years and is the founder and owner of Inkbot Editing, located in Fort Collins, Colorado. She has held jobs as a journalist, editor in chief of a popular Northern Colorado magazine, marketing director, and editor of a nonprofit quarterly newspaper, the Fort Collins Courier. She has also worked as a freelance copyeditor for Oxford University Press, Routledge, and Taylor & Francis.


Molly has taught writing and editing workshops for authors of fiction and nonfiction and has edited everything from mystery novels to government reports. She has an eagle eye for catching mistakes in copy, but her blend of experiences has also given her the ability to see the big picture, and developmental editing (especially of fiction) is one of her favorite types of editing.

She is also a strong writer able to craft—or mirror—an individual or company’s authentic voice. She has written websites, brochures, taglines, advertising campaigns, business names, and more. Her copywriting skills have boosted profits for companies across the U.S. and abroad, and her favorite thing about copywriting is its blend of creative writing, psychology, and marketing.

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