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And the winner is…

The long wait for the announcement of the winner of our novel-writing competition is finally over

Having revealed our shortlist of entries in the last issue, which included the standout talent of three aspiring writers, our judges have finished their task of choosing the entry they feel is the most original and exciting crime thriller. The choice wasn’t an easy one, as all three novelists show unmistakable promise – and each of them displays unique strengths. However, after a lot of debate and discussion, we’ve decided that the winner of the first Psychologies Thriller Writing Competition is People You May Know by Alison Percival.

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When we change our minds, we change our lives. This issue explores what happens when we do just this. What if you didn’t resign from a job, but could change the way you feel about it? Or what about finding a new way to open up to love? Or, what happens when we challenge the judgements we make about ourselves and each other? Read the astonishing life-changing effects of what happens when you think differently.   Change doesn’t always feel positive - you're made redundant, or your relationship breaks down, or we lose someone we love. And it's awful. Yes, we don’t always have control over what happens out there, but we always have control over how we react to it. This issue explores how to change our perspective to create the world we want.