Molly

Add friend
Sign in to Goodreads to learn more about Molly.

https://www.goodreads.com/molly23

Bradbury Stories:...
Rate this book
Clear rating

progress: 
 
  (18%)
Jan 24, 2019 11:14AM

 
Mindfulness
Rate this book
Clear rating

progress: 
 
  (33%)
Jan 24, 2019 11:12AM

 
The Silmarillion
Rate this book
Clear rating

 
See all 6 books that Molly is reading…

Molly’s Recent Updates

Molly rated a book it was amazing
Smoke Gets in Your Eyes by Caitlin Doughty
Rate this book
Clear rating
Molly is 18% done with Bradbury Stories
Bradbury Stories by Ray Bradbury
Rate this book
Clear rating
Molly wants to read
The Fire-Dwellers by Margaret Laurence
Rate this book
Clear rating
Molly wants to read
Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood
Rate this book
Clear rating
Molly has read
A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again by David Foster Wallace
Rate this book
Clear rating
Molly wants to read
The Double by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Rate this book
Clear rating
Molly wants to read
Not a Number by Rupert Booth
Rate this book
Clear rating
Molly wants to read
Hitchcock by François Truffaut
Rate this book
Clear rating
Molly wants to read
The Art and Making of Peanuts Animation by Charles Solomon
Rate this book
Clear rating
Molly wants to read
Conquering Everest by Lewis Helfand
Rate this book
Clear rating
More of Molly's books…
John Seabrook
“The very first hit factory was T.B. Harms, a Tin Pan Alley publishing company overseen by Max Dreyfus. With staff writers like Jerome Kern, George and Ira Gershwin, Cole Porter, and Richard Rodgers, T.B. Harms was the dominant publisher of popular music in the early twentieth century. Dreyfus called his writers “the boys” and installed pianos for them to compose on around the office on West Twenty-Eighth, the street that gave Tin Pan Alley its name, allegedly for the tinny-sounding pianos passersby heard from the upper-story windows of the row houses. The sheet-music sellers also employed piano players in their street-level stores, who would perform the Top 40 of the 1920s for browsing customers.”
John Seabrook, The Song Machine: Inside the Hit Factory

“If memory serves, a wedgie involved ripping another boy’s underwear out of his pants by grabbing the rear waistband of his underwear and yanking upward.”
James B. Comey, A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership

151653 MoLewBoClu — 2 members — last activity Dec 28, 2014 02:06AM
First rule of book club is: talk about books.
Yyib badge
Marlo H...
202 books | 187 friends

David M...
208 books | 114 friends

Alexand...
266 books | 103 friends

Kayla C...
273 books | 184 friends

Jennife...
214 books | 32 friends

Justin ...
235 books | 44 friends

Nicole ...
190 books | 33 friends

Wil Whe...
279 books | 4,985 friends

More friends…



Polls voted on by Molly

Lists liked by Molly