Molly Lemmons is an award-winning author, and the stories she tells are taken from her very own book, “Kind of Heart,” released for publication in 2000. Her stories, told unashamedly from her heart, are stories of life, loves, childhood, relationships, family and friends as she lived it during her growing up years in the 1950’s when things were as they ought to be.
Her stories will tug at your heartstrings and encourage you to celebrate God, families, and life. She believes that “No One Lives To Be Forgotten!” And keeping their stories alive, no one WILL be forgotten.
She is also the author of “The Passing of Paradise,” an inspirational romance novel that was released in 2005.
Her latest publications are: As Bright and as Pure as the Driven Snow, a study and worksheet manual written for young girls on the topic of God’s plan for sexual purity before marriage, Seize the Flashbacks! a how-to manual on heart writing, Hold My Hand, My Precious Child, a book honoring mothers, and We are Invisible, a help-manual for caregivers everywhere.
All six of her books may be ordered from Amazon.com or directly from her via email.
Available for both storytelling and workshops, she has taught classes on How to Write and Tell Life’s Memories (from the heart), adapting her classes to all ages. Her book, Seize the Flashbacks! is a companion book to her book, Kind of Heart and is the class manual used for her writing/telling classes.
For Oklahoma’s Centennial, she has developed and performed the character of Mattie Beal, Lawton’s lady who won the second drawing in the 1901 Land Lottery.
She has also developed, and performed other stories that she has taken from Oklahoma’s history, having grown up and lived in Oklahoma for seventy years.
She is a member of Oklahoma City Writers, Inc.,Oklahoma Writers Federation, Inc.,Tejas Storytelling Festival, Women’s Inspirational Network, Christian Storytelling Network, Oklahoma Association of Storytellers, Oklahoma Performers and Presenters, and is a member of Oklahoma Territory Tellers.
She has been published in the Chicken Soup Series, the Heavenly Patchwork Series, and many periodicals as well as newspapers in Texas, Arkansas, and Oklahoma.
She was selected as first runner up for “Ms.Senior Oklahoma 2011,” and is a member of the “Age of Elegance Club,” a group of former Ms. Sr. Oklahoma contestants who have, at over age sixty, reached “the age of elegance.”
She is an alumna of Oklahoma Christian University in Oklahoma City, and resides with her husband of fify-eight years, Freddy Lemmons, in Mustang, Oklahoma where they have lived for forty-eight years. She is mother to two and “GrandMolly” to two. She enjoys her Great Pyrenees Dog, and three cats.
In 2004, she retired from Mustang Public Schools after twenty-two years. She retired to pursue full time storytelling and writing. Please contact her for her availability and fees.
Listen and watch her brief video via YouTube-Miss MollyLouBelle With Tales to Tell.