Mollie Player is a freelance writer living in Seattle, Washington. Her books include You’re Getting Closer: One Year of Finding God and a Few Good Friends, What I Learned from Jane, Happiness is the Truth: A Spiritual Manifesto and more.
Player began her professional writing career in 2008 as a copywriter at an advertising agency in El Paso, Texas. In 2009, she moved to Seattle and started her freelance writing business, Mollie Player, LLC. She offers editing, proofreading, copywriting, content development, marketing strategy and technical writing services to agencies, organizations and individuals.
In Player’s blog, The Ordinary Mystic, she shares book reviews and personal anecdotes about how being spiritual makes her otherwise ordinary life suddenly–well, mystical.
Player earned her B.A. in English and History from Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington, where she grew up. She earned her Technical Communications certificate from Bellevue College in Bellevue, Washington.
Her mission statement:
1. Life is a game.
2. Happiness is a choice.
3. We have power.
To see some of Player’s advertising and technical writing samples, visit her writing services page.
Player welcomes your comments on her work at email@example.com.
All of Player’s works are available on Amazon.com. See the books page for more information.
“This is the kind of writing that makes me feel as if I’d sat down with the author on the sofa with cups of tea and we were talking together for hours. The style is so vulnerable …” – Heather
“I don’t know what to say other than it is the most beautiful book that I have ever read.” – Ashley
“Really, I am rather speechless.” – Sarah
“I loved the book!! I couldn’t stop reading it!! It touched me so very much … I love how you described every moment.” – Haydee
“You have given a beautiful gift to your readers. I was very touched.” – Celia
“Player’s chatty style evokes a realism and empathy for the story. One is able to feel her pain.” – Anonymous
“Player’s writing approach really reels in the reader into the atmosphere and the circumstances. There are solid moments where without having an objective point of reference to relate to, the reader still manages to relate due to the way in which the author gets the reader involved.” – Kade
“My life has changed after reading this book. I thought it might be a book that I could share but it is not. It is a beautiful keepsake and I know I will read it many more times. I felt so many emotions and to be honest I wish it did not end. This writing is so profound.” – Patty