Holly-started-her-writing-career-as-a-news-journalist,-where-she-was-nominated-for-Best-Print-Journalist-of-the-Year.-She-then-spent-six-years-working-as-an-editor,-a-relationship-advisor,-and-general-‘agony-aunt’-for-a-youth-charity-–-helping-young-people-with-their-relationships-and-mental-health.
Inspired-by-what-she-saw,-she-started-writing-teen-fiction,-including-the-best-selling,-award-winning-‘Spinster-Club’-series-which-helps-educate-teenagers-about-feminism.-When-she-turned-thirty,-Holly-wrote-her-first-adult-novel,-‘How-Do-You-Like-Me-Now?’,-examining-the-intensified-pressures-on-women-once-they-hit-that-landmark.
Alongside-her-writing,-Holly-has-a-keen-interest-in-women’s-rights-and-is-an-advocate-for-reducing-the-stigma-of-mental-health-problems.-She’s-helped-create-online-apps-that-teach-young-people-about-sexual-consent,-works-with-Women’s-Aid-to-spread-awareness-of-abusive-relationships,-and-runs-Rethink’s-mental-health-book-club.-