Welcome to Holley's Website

Hello and thanks for visiting my site! I invite you to take a moment and look around to learn more about my work as a historian, writer, editor, and freelancer. 

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About Me

My Story

We all find inspiration in our own unique way. I have been inspired by history and certain historical figures since my teens. In high school, I interned at Franklin Roosevelt’s Little White House in Warm Springs while undertaking research for my senior capstone project. That brief time in Warm Springs laid the foundation for my remarkable journey.

Since then, I have been blessed to work at two presidential libraries, a nonprofit organization created to honor the life and legacy of one of our most extraordinary first ladies and publish articles on monumental figures in history such as Frank Sinatra, Loretta Lynn, Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, Mary McLeod Bethune, and more. 

Browse my website to learn more about my career in history and building my business as a freelancer. 

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Two Is Better Than One

June 12, 2022

My newest article in "Music Voices" explores the music of four iconic country duos: Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton, Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn, George Jones & Tammy Wynette, and Kenny Rogers & Dottie West. These legendary partners topped the charts in the 1970s and created timeless music. Special thanks to Mandy Barnett, a talented artist, for her contributions.

What I Do



I am always looking to write for new history-related publications or blogs! Check out my articles to learn more about my work as a historian. 


As an enthusiastic historian, I love sharing my passion and interest with a vast audience. Have a podcast in mind for me? Let's discuss more!


Are you an entrepreneur or nonfiction author looking for an editor? Contact me and I will be happy to tell you about my portfolio.


"The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams."

Eleanor Roosevelt

In order to achieve you MUST believe.


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