What’s your Favourite Love Story?

Mine is probably the one I have with chocolate chip cookies. And Stranger Things.

How about you?

Oh, and speaking of love stories, this is coming to you very soon (yay!)

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C.S. Wilde writes about fantastical worlds, love stories larger than life and epic battles. She also, quite obviously, sucks at writing an author bio. She finds it awkward that she must write this in the third person, and hopes you won’t notice.

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12 comments on “What’s your Favourite Love Story?
  1. djmorand says:

    Oooh, you have a new book coming out? I am very excited. As far as love stories go, I’m not sure. I’d probably go with Princess Bride.

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  2. It’s a limerick, and it starts, “there once was a woman named Wilde,” and it ends with some happily ever after thing, you know, that sappy stuff. Or, The Princess Bride is pretty high up there. Or maybe “A writer whose name was Deon…” that ends with Mrs M so crazy in love she finds me eternally and compellingly irresistible, or at least “til death us do part.” (I’m living the last part of that so far, it’s just the middle part I’m waiting for.

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  3. annabowling says:

    If we’re talking sweet things, gummi bears and I have been going strong for quite some time now. If we’re talking fictional characters, oh so many. I finished reading A Hundred Summers, by Beatriz Williams, this morning, and I have a serious book hangover from that. Hero and heroine of my own current WIP have a pretty good hold on me, as well.

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  4. Favourite love story: probably something Bollywood like Krishna Kottage!

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  5. Blackbird says:

    My favorite love story is between my character, Luckas, and cake. Imagine someone who discovered cake for the first time at the age of twenty. It’s the purest love there is, I tell ya.

    But yeah, Princess Bride is pretty great too. It’s one of the rare love stories that doesn’t make me roll my eyes like some skeptical emotionless douche. XP

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  6. Stendhal’s novel, “La Chartreuse de Parme” in which dying, killing and being imprisoned for love are all therein. Also “Wuthering Heights” is hard to beat.

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