Sometimes you’re driving with the road spanning out in front of you in all its endless wonder, and you’re at a loss of where you’re really going. Sometimes you just close your eyes and trust.
Donnelly’s first collection of poetry, Somewhere On A Highway, takes you on a journey of questioning, of experience, of growth, and of discovery, mixed with loss and love and the challenges of becoming. She writes openly, honestly, and fearlessly about heartbreak, faith, leaving home, growing up, losing yourself, and finding yourself in the wake of change. This collection will hurt you, heal you, challenge you and remind you what a gift it is to be human.
When you’re a tough woman with a good head on her shoulders, but you’re also emotional as hell…life can get a little messy.
In a collection of essays written with both grace and spice, writer Marisa Donnelly captures what it’s like to be a strong-minded, fiercely independent female who isn’t afraid to embrace her feelings and love a little louder than most.
A collection of essays from a 20-something who loves too much.
In a series of honest, emotional, (and sometimes sassy) essays, Marisa takes readers on a journey of love and loss as a twenty-something with a heart that is both fearless and big.