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Remember,even if we can't see them, those we love are always with us.
I believe that our lives, just like fairy tales - the stories that have been written by us humans, through our own experiences of living - will always have a Hero and a Heroine, a Fairy Godmother and a Wicked Witch.
Once you have made a decision and there is no turning back, acceptance is the only comfort.
I am at the stage of my life everyone dreads - that of filling my days with the past, because there is little future left.
Every human being has a fascinating existence, with a big cast of good and evil characters in each. And almost always, somewhere along the way, magic.
She pulled off Virginia Woolf's To the Lighthouse and settled down in a comfortable leather chair by the fire to read.
And what's wrong with dimming the harsh reality of life a little, anyway? In essence, being alive is a bloody long and hard walk to death. Why not make it as pleasant along the way as you can?
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To really ask is to open the door to the whirlwind. The answer may annihilate the question and the questioner.
February 14, 1971
Lucinda Riley is an Irish author of popular historical fiction and a former actress. In 2016 producer Raffaella De Laurentiis purchased the television rights to her seven-novel series Seven Sisters.
The Storm Sister (2015)
The Midnight Rose (2013)
The Orchid House (2010)
The Girl on the Cliff (2011)
The Shadow Sister (2016)
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