Welcome to Holley's Website

Hello and thanks for visiting! Take a moment and look around to learn more about Holley's work as a historian, writer, editor, and freelancer. 

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Holley's Story

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

Since then, she has 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 Holley's website to learn more about her career in history and building her freelance business. 

Read her full bio here




Dottie West: Raised on Country Sunshine

September 7, 2022

Dottie West made history by becoming the first female in country music to earn a GRAMMY. In this article, Holley explores Dottie's incredible life and career, from her childhood in the community of Frog Pond to becoming an esteemed singer-songwriter. Dottie's granddaughter, Tess Frizzell, also shares the story of her single, "The Wrong One," and how that song connects her to her grandmother's memory.

What Holley Does



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


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


Are you an entrepreneur or nonfiction author looking for an editor? Contact Holley and she will be happy to tell you about her portfolio.


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Eleanor Roosevelt

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