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Another year has flown by! Whether you're reading this on the last day of 2015 or you're using this email as a welcome message to 2016, remember that as one chapter ends and new chapter is upon us. We can cast aside our past procrastination and our past failed attempts and can see a new horizon of possibilities--a new hope. Don't let the past stop the amazing path of the future.

If you need me I'll be peeking in on Twitter, but otherwise taking a few day break to spend time with my daughters. My eldest daughter, who is 8, and I have started a mini book club. We're currently on book 2 of Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events. It's been a real treat to the end of my year and I'm hoping to keep it moving forward with her (and my other daughters) for years to come. And seeing their young minds love books gives me hope for us as authors. So keep writing. Happy New Year, friends!   

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The Big Lie of Age and Writing
The message is loud and clear: youth has value but life is basically over in old age. It's in the preponderance of youth in television shows, movies, on magazine covers and advertisements for everything from toilet paper to glorious vacations-not to mention the billion-dollar surgical and cosmetic industry. It's in the gods of profit; young people buy more stuff. And it teaches us to fear aging. It is a lie.
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Don't Let Research Overload Get in the Way of Your Story
I believe in writing my thrillers in having an inseparable trinity of Character, Research and Plot. And I have put them deliberately in what I consider to be their order of importance:
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I started writing this article by staring at the screen for five minutes, trying to think of a good comparison for my life, so I could be witty and demonstrate my writing chops. But you know what? I'm too tired, because my 17-month-old was up in the middle of the night, suddenly terrified of his baby monitor.
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The Room: One day as you were cleaning you noticed air being sucked towards the base of wall near the cupboard. Perplexed you went closer to investigate. The air was going in, slightly yet in. You hold your breath and gingerly peel away at the wallpaper until a huge wrought iron door stands before you. Where does it lead? Did you imagine this? What happens next?
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