Molly, the only child of Sam and Billee Noble, was born in Kingsville, Texas — home of the famous King Ranch. Her father and her maternal grandfather were ranch managers — real cowboys — and she spent part of her growing-up years on a six-thousand-acre Texas cattle ranch. Loneliness and isolation served to increase her already fertile imagination, and "Let's Pretend" became her favorite childhood game. Molly often acted out parts of novels and movies with her dolls. As a very young child, she had two imaginary playmates — Darla and Butch of "Little Rascals" fame. Her mother often set two extra plates at lunch for these playmates complete with peanut-butter sandwiches and milk. And her father was happy to eat what those two didn't. He also enjoyed eating Molly's hard-boiled, colored eggs at Easter time.
She married Charlie Bull soon after turning twenty-one, and they have been living as man and wife for many years. They have three grown sons, and so far, they have four grandchildren.
Molly started writing because of what two fourth-grade teachers told her. She puts it this way: "They said I had a talent for creative writing. I was a kid. I believed them."
As a result of what these teachers and others said, Molly also got a degree in elementary and early childhood education and taught school for about ten years. She hoped to encourage children and others with her teaching and now with her writing.
She is a devout Christian and also endeavors to reach the lost with the "Good News" of Jesus Christ through her life and her writing.