Meet Our New Creative Writer: Molly

28 June 2021| Post by Matt2 minutes

AuthorMatt

Stop the press! Limely have a brand new member of the team. Say wassup to Molly Davidson, our new Creative Writer!

Like every other business all over the world, Limely has had to adapt to some crazy times over lockdown. But we couldn’t be more proud of how our team has worked hard and continued to deliver the amazing Limely service that people know and love. We’re consistently growing and changing, and we are so excited to welcome our latest addition to the team.

In the hustle and bustle of her new job, we managed to steal 5 minutes of Molly’s time to ask her a couple of questions, a short little interview if you will, just so you lot can get to know her a little bit better!

So, hello Molly! Tell us, how long have you been writing?

I started writing at the end of high school, so six or seven years now. Like every other teenage girl, my passion for writing started on Wattpad. Yes, I was one of /those/. I studied creative writing in sixth form, continued it on an undergrad degree and then, over the past year, have been writing plays for my MA programme.

What are your first impressions of working at Limely? And what are you enjoying most so far?

The banter is top notch! Everyone is extremely welcoming and friendly and evidently very passionate about what they do. Can’t wait to get the full Limely experience once offices reopen!

What do you enjoy doing outside of work?

I always have my nose in a book! I’m currently reading ‘Adults’ by Emma Jane Unsworth (which is ironic because I’m an awful adult. What even are taxes?). I also love to write songs in my spare time. I can play six instruments! The first I picked up was the cornet and the latest is the mandolin.

What are the last 3 albums you played on Spotify?

Stevie Wonder – Songs in the Key of Life

Billie Eilish – When We All Fall Asleep Where Do We Go

Francis Sinatra & Antonio Carlos: The Complete Reprise Recordings

Best TV show of all time, go!

Breaking Bad, man. Without a doubt. Fifty hours of twists and turns and bell ringing and beautiful cinematography! I’ve watched it at LEAST ten times.

And finally, if you could write for a dream client, who would that be?

Oh dude, anything to do with music or books or food. Or all three! It’s basically how I exist right now. Would be fantastic to get paid for it.

Check out Molly’s first blog post here.

 

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