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Black & White to publish three new volumes by poetry sensation Donna Ashworth

Black & White Publishing, an imprint of Bonnier Books UK, is releasing an exceptional new three-volume collection of poetry from Sunday Times bestselling author Donna Ashworth.

World rights were acquired directly from the author by Campbell Brown, managing director at Black & White Publishing.

After the extraordinary success of I Wish I Knew, Donna Ashworth is releasing three more collections of poetry that will inspire everyone facing life’s ups and downs. Love, Life and Loss will offer words of comfort, compassion and hope to all readers as they navigate the joys and heartbreaks of living.

Using her own experiences to nurture others – a hallmark of her poetry – these volumes will allow you to dip in to read the words you need to hear in life’s dark days, bringing moments of calm and courage to all who seek it.

Through words of wisdom, learning to cherish the small moments and embrace the challenges, there is something for everyone in Love, Life and Loss.

Campbell Brown said: “Donna has had an amazing year, going from a viral online sensation to a Sunday Times bestselling author for her previous book I Wish I Knew. We are very pleased to be working with Donna again to bring Love, Life and Loss to her worldwide readers and be with her on this exciting journey.”

Donna Ashworth said: “Over time I have learned how people use my words in their busy daily lives and so this trilogy of themed poetry was designed with this in mind, to cover every bump in life’s road and bring comfort, quickly, when most needed,”

In addition to I Wish I Knew, Donna Ashworth has self-published three poetry books, and each one has been an online bestseller. She is a social media sensation, with over 900,000 followers across her social media platforms. 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.

Love, Life and Loss will all be published in October 2022 in time for National Poetry Day.