Hollianne Head

Copywriter & Content Strategist

United Kingdom

I'm a versatile copywriter with a proven ability to create content that informs, persuades, inspires and starts conversations. I'm also a qualified project manager and marketing professional with experience in planning and implementing imaginative, multi-channel B2C campaigns in the health, wellbeing, software and technology and not for profit sectors.

Clients include: Adobe, Storyworth, Zendesk, Blurb, CABA, Transform & Thrive, Addison Ross, Browning York Communications



Blog Posts

Blurb Blog
Made with Large Order Services │Unthinkable

Illustrator Paul Plumadore spent two decades coaxing the story of Unthinkable out of ten mysterious images that caught his imagination. When the story was fully formed, he turned to Blurb's Large Order Services team for help bringing his vision to life, while staying true to his original source of inspiration.

30 Photo Book Ideas to Get You Started

Whether you're setting out to make a personal memento or working on a professional creative project, there are a million different things you can do with your Photo Book. Here we consider some of the inspirational and original ways people have used their best images to create beautiful Photo Books to be treasured, shared, sold, and displayed.

How to Self-Publish an Ebook

Ebooks are a quick and easy way for anyone with ambitions of becoming a self-published author to get their work out into the world. Here we'll show you how to self-publish an ebook successfully, step by step. Ebooks are forecast to make up nearly 26% of total book sales worldwide in 2018*.

A Magazine Can Be ...

Despite the increasing prevalence of digital content, the print magazine continues to be a popular format for professionals across the creative industry. The secret to its enduring success? Its capacity to be whatever you need or want it to be. ...

How to Write a Fantasy Novel

The commercial success of fantasy series such as J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter books and George R.R. Martin's Game of Thrones saga mean that the fantasy genre is more popular than ever-both among readers and authors. The shelves of any good bookstore (physical or online) are stacked with tales of quests and adventures in new worlds, magical powers, and fantastical beings.