Holly has featured at dozens of international literary festivals, including Hay, Edinburgh, Cheltenham, Cambridge, Oxford, Bath, Henley, Cardiff, YALC and Brighton. She has headlined at the World Book Day Biggest Book Show, Camp Bestival, Imagine at Southbank and the Dubai Emirates Festival.
She has been a keynote speaker at ITAKOM and the FCBG, as well as running BBC Masterclasses and events for Book Aid.
Over the last decade Holly has featured in a wide range of media, including BBC Front Row, Woman's Hour, BBC Radio2, Sky News, BBC News, Blue Peter, Newsround and CBBC. She has written for The Times and The Guardian, and been featured in many news outlets, including The Independent on Sunday, The Sun, The Telegraph, The Observer and Metro.
Holly has visited hundreds of schools all over the UK: giving presentations and school assemblies, as well as running Creative Writing classes. She focuses on positive messaging, being yourself and finding your own, unique creative voice, as well as her personal experiences as a neurodivergent teenager. Her workshops are high energy, engaging and interactive, as she guides the classes in a collaborative process of creating, planning and structuring their story together.