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“Sincerely is passionate. Honest. Charming. F. S. Yousaf has beautifully encapsulated in a book what it feels like to fall in love.”—Madisen Kuhn, author of Almost Home
Fans of top-selling Sincerely are saying "unexpected perfection", "not your basic poetry book", "breathtaking", "helped me appreciate my marriage".
Searching for a profound way to propose to his love, F.S Yousaf reread the letters she had written him. In them he found his proposal, and inspiration to write his own prose and poetry. This is a compilation of letters and love poems that exemplifies the spirituality and the magnitude of how much one person can mean to another.
It carries messages of positivity, hope, and most of all, true love.
About the Author
F.S. Yousaf is a poet and writer from New Jersey. He finds himself writing about many topics, but notably mental illness, love, and spirituality. He is the author of three poetry collections - Sincerely, his debut poetry collection Euphoria, and new collection Prayers of my Youth.
He has a Bachelor in History and Secondary Education and is now completing his Masters in History. When he is not teaching or writing, he obsesses over making the perfect cup of coffee and taking 35mm and 120mm film pictures.
His forthcoming poetry collection titled, Prayers of my Youth, and is coming soon. Stay connected with F.S. Yousaf through Instagram & TikTok (@fs.yousaf) and Twitter (@fsyousaf_).
"Sincerely is passionate. Honest. Charming. An uplifting and comforting collection filled to the brim with warmth. It is a celebration of love. As I turned each page, I felt happy, optimistic, and empowered, as though the words were written for me. Ultimately, it made me want to write more love poems. F.S. Yousaf has beautifully encapsulated in a book what it feels like to fall in love." —Madisen Kuhn, Author of Almost Home