Amy is an award-winning journalist, editor, author and Lightwriter* who produces uplifting content for the biggest names in global publishing.
After a high-profile career in women's magazines as a journalist, editor and columnist, there is no personal topic Amy Molloy hasn't shared in print..
Her sellout books, Wife Interrupted and The World is a Nice Place documented her recovery from her first husband's death (the former is now being turned into a TV series).
Whether she is sharing her story or helping other people to share theirs through her bestselling book writing course, Amy Molloy has one goal:
Storytelling for Healing: Sharing your story with the goal of healing yourself and/or other people.
Today, Amy Molloy is an influential voice across print, podcasts and television in Australia and the UK where she she began her career at the Daily Mail before becoming editor at Grazia magazine.
As a content creator, Amy Molloy collaborates with some of the biggest brands & organisations in the world, including GoPro, Netflix, Uber, Lorna Jane, the Sydney Opera House & the NSW Government.
One of the most sought-after ghost writers in the country, Amy Molloy is the 'secret' author behind a huge array of books, articles, speeches and scripts (don't ask who she writes for!).
In 2020, Amy Molloy became the lead writer of The Space podcast — a twice-daily mindfulness podcast produced by Nova Entertainment in partnership with Spotify ANZ. The award-winning show hit 2 MILLION downloads within 12 months of airing.
Amy Molloy is a qualified Counsellor specialising in mindfulness-based therapies and grief/loss counselling, and a trained Akashic Record Reader. Never heard of it? Find out more here and book a session today!
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Skills & Training
Bachelor of Writing, Fashion and Communications
50+ books and hundreds of articles published
Diploma of Counsellor with Advanced Study Majors in Mindfulness-Based Therapies, and Grief and Loss Counselling
Trained Akashic Record Reader
"In a decade as a journalist, I told the stories of hundreds of survivors; interviewing them after their toughest moments. I only realised later, these stories became my salvation — proof that life is messy and crazy, and still wonderful."
“I’ve authored 24 books and produced 53 print magazines and Amy is, by far, the most wonderful, loving, efficient, talented editor I’ve ever worked with. She is pure brilliance.”