Here's the next author in our recognition for the month of August. Holly Hamilton is a Wattpad author and judges for many contests, in addition, she currently has 13 works books.
A little about Holly
I am Holly Hamilton. I am a triple featured author on Wattpad. I have a love for creating stories and poems. My love of writing has led me to Wattpad. I also enjoy hiking, skiing, playing the piano, entering 5ks, being creative, and drinking chai! I look forward to being a part of the Wattpad community.
My favorite genre to write is Teen Fiction/Young Adult. My completed novels are titled The Treehouse and Socially Distant Teen. The novel I am currently working on is Busted Bubblegum and Not Like Me. All novels can be found here on Wattpad, and three are on Inkitt.
Some of Holly Hamilton's work's
Elizabeth Foster is a regular senior in high school. She loved being on top until COVID-19 came. With social distancing, safety guidelines, and no school to go back to, will Lizzie be able to cope? Or will she break all the rules, to feel normal again? A hard copy is available for purchase on The Book Patch website. Socially Distant Teen is a featured novel with @WattpadBookshelves under the Reading List: Romance/Young Adult (August 2020). Socially Distant Teen is a Newly Featured book with @newlywrittenbooks under the Reading List: Teenage Dreams | Teen Fiction/Young Adult (August 2020) Featured book with @TheOasisAwards under the Reading List: Judge's BooksAwards: Sweetheart's Awards People'
Meet Natalie Ashman the world's most boring teenager. Her life is more than she signed up for. When Natalie is stressed, she chews on bubblegum or forces herself to purge. Natalie will soon learn there's more to life than hurting herself and others. Will Natalie learn to trust herself? Or will she continue to struggle with her inner voice? Awards: People's Choice in the Sweetheart's Awards
Oliver Bennett isn't an average teenager. He refuses to use a cell phone and talks with his friends via a walkie talkie. After his father's accidental death, Oliver needs to relearn how to connect with his family, friends, and his past. His only source of strength is the treehouse in his backyard - his only connection to his father. Will Ollie allow his father's death to consume him or will he be able to let go of his inner demons?Featured book with @newlywrittenbooks under the Reading List: Teenage Dreams | Teen Fiction/Young Adult (April 2020).