Donna Ashworth is the wordsmith behind the social media phenomenon LADIES PASS IT ON, and her community of more than 680,000 followers across two platforms is growing by 10,000 every month. LOSS is a collection of poems, for those looking to soothe their soul and find an anchor to guide their spirit. Amidst an incredible understanding of how it feels to lose the ones we love the most, Donna's writing gives a glimpse of light that can be found within the darkest moments. This collection of grief poetry will bring comfort but also peace, acceptance and the very important reminder that you are never alone. A must for anyone who has lost someone. Donna's poems have gone viral, travelled round the world and been viewed millions of times. Using her own experiences to nurture others, her work is celebrated by a huge online following and is the inspiration for both video content and many songs. Her poems are frequently read by celebrities and she has been featured in both Grazia and Glamour magazine as one of the most celebrated female poets. This new collection of poems aims to guide people through loneliness and loss, bringing serenity and support whilst remembering those who have passed.
'Donna's much-needed words will no doubt empower and lift our young people today.' --Lisa Faulkner, actress
'A little corner of calm within life's storm - wonderful.' --Cat Deeley, author, The Joy in You
'Donna has a rare gift of being able to put into words how we all feel. Her writing is like a hug from a wise friend.' --Samia Longchambon, actress, Coronation Street
'Donna's wise and beautiful words help us reach a place of peace and acceptance. I would love to have read them many years ago.' --Lisa Snowdon, television host and model
About the Author
Donna Ashworth has self-published three poetry books, and each one has been an online bestseller. Many of Donna’s recent poems have been printed in yearbooks, school newsletters and even now appear as part of the curriculum. Her work has featured in over a hundred magazines and blogs and Donna regularly speaks at events, on tv shows, on radio and more, where she loves to read her work aloud.