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Elizabeth Aston
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It is all very well, when the pen flows, but then there are the dark days when imagination deserts one, and it is an effort to put anything down on paper. That little you have achieved stares at you at the end of the day, and you know the next morning you will have to scrape it down and start again.
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Elizabeth Aston, The True Darcy Spirit, 2006
It's not what you want in this life, it's what you get that you have to do with.
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Elizabeth Aston, The True Darcy Spirit, 2006
Love has no place in a lawyer's office.
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Elizabeth Aston, The True Darcy Spirit, 2006
The trouble with lies was that once started, the fiction had to be continued, and it was hard always to be remembering details that you had made up upon the spur of the moment.
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Elizabeth Aston, The True Darcy Spirit, 2006
We have to have the money to do the work we want to do, as well as to keep a roof over our heads and food on the table. Fat commissions are good, but not always easy to come by, and each new painting takes its time. So we need to find every way possible to earn extra income from our work.
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Elizabeth Aston, The True Darcy Spirit, 2006

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