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Jennifer Nolan

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in Manchester, The United Kingdom
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Jennifer is a writer, owner of Pink Lace Events, creator of Dream Plan Achieve and mum of six with a love of sushi, Stephen King, dumplings and daydreaming.

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The Power of


There’s nothing more demorolising than looking at your to-do list at the end of the day and seeing tons of boxes yet to be ticked. You know those things are probably never going to get done, but you transfer them to the next day and your list just keeps growing longer.


The solution is to simplify your to-do list. If you give yourself 30 things to do, the likelihood is that none of them will get...

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“Speak to yourself, for you are the only person who will truly understand.”
Jennifer Nolan, Short Obsessions

“In most crime novels the violent act, usually the murder, is the engine. Take that away and there is little left to drive the story along. So I do get a little cross with authors who aren’t precise about the violence they’re using to create tension because I feel they’re being dishonest with their readers. If people don’t like the blood and violence in my books, fine, they can always close the cover and put it aside and maybe read a romance instead. – Mo Hayder”
Mo Hayder

“I noticed that in Tokyo people didn’t smell. It was funny. I couldn’t smell them, and they didn’t say very much: the trains were packed but it was quite silent, like being jammed into a carriage with a thousand shop-window mannequins.”
Mo Hayder, Tokio

“Mr Jack Caffery', he says slowly. 'This is the truth, but don't be afraid of it. Your life will be different from this day on, but you will survive. You will continue.'
'How do you know?'
'I know because you and I? We are the same person.”
Mo Hayder, Wolf

“Alone. Yes, that's the key word, the most awful word in the English tongue. Murder doesn't hold a candle to it and hell is only a poor synonym.”
Stephen King

“We lie best when we lie to ourselves.”
Stephen King, It

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