â€œI'm about 100 pages into book two,â€ she said.
Holden said she tries to write about eight hours a day, but she said inspiration for stories strike in unusual places.
â€œI get these spurts of inspiration and that's when I write,â€ the homeschool student said. â€œThat's why I always carry a pen or pencil. If I'm at a restaurant I'll start writing on a napkin.â€
Holden's father, Mike, said his daughter has tried several ways to express who she was or what she was feeling while growing up.
â€œThe writing happened in a very nonstructural environment,â€ he said. â€œTo sit down and just type and to just let her thoughts go onto the page was natural for her.â€
Holden will sign copies of â€œAddy Loveâ€ at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 11 at Full Circle Bookstore, 1900 Northwest Expressway in Oklahoma City.