I’m bringing back “You Tell Me,” an oldie but goodie blog feature where I ask you, dear reader, for your opinion on Matters of the Day and to settle debates. So what’s the best love story in a book?
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Gatsby and Daisy. Tonks and Lupin. Maurice, Clive, and Alec. Zaphod Beeblebrox and… himself.
There are so many memorable relationships in books.
What’s the greatest love story in a book? What’s the best of them all?
And better yet, since we can all learn from the greats, what is it about your favorite love story that resonates so deeply?
Here’s some writing advice that may help you create the next great love story:
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Art: The Garden of Love by Peter Paul Rubens