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The Last Time I'll Write About You

Dawn Lanuza

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

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The Last Time I’ll Write About You is popular Filipino YA and romance writer Dawn Lanuza’s debut collection of poetry. Featuring beautiful, relatable poems about first love, this book is the perfect companion for anyone who has loved, lost, and emerged anew. 

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