Collection of Poetry Makes Sure No One Going Through Babyloss Feels Alone Again

Collection of Poetry Makes Sure No One Going Through Babyloss Feels Alone Again

Lost Poems of a Functioning Mother; the endless journey of babyloss

(Maine, September 2019) Ashley Elizabeth Mitchell is the author of the new poetry collection ‘Lost Poems of a Functioning Mother; the endless journey of babyloss‘. Mitchell’s poetry collection was compiled during her grieving process of her stillborn daughter who was born in 2014. The book is now available on major outlets such as Amazon. It can also be purchased and signed in person at the Lincoln Memorial Library.

‘Lost Poems of a Functioning Mother’ was published with the intention that other mothers going through babyloss would no longer feel alone while going through such a hard season of life. With all the emotions, awkwardness, and lack of support toward babyloss this book will hopefully bring comfort, solidarity, and a chance to relate in a time of need.

You can purchase the collection of poetry here for 11.00 or at the Lincoln Memorial Library in Lincoln, Maine.

Ashley Elizabeth Mitchell has written for popular blogs such as Heavenly Treasures and Momma’s Survival Guide on the subject of babyloss. She has also been a guest speaker with Mainely Birthing at their Natural Parenting Tea on the same topic. She has been a loss doula and a Grieve Out Loud mentor for the past for five years. She is now a mother of five and an avid volunteer in her community. Ashley is the writer of the popular blog the Happy Homeschooling Mum.

Ashley Mitchell is available for book signings, interviews, and is currently in the middle of a virtual book tour. Her new poem about grief, ‘Carry Me Along‘ was just released and her third book ‘Remarkable’ is due to be released November 1st 2019.

 

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