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review 2018-05-31 16:29
The Thirteen Problems / Agatha Christie
The Thirteen Problems - Agatha Christie

A series of short stories, strung together by the concept of the Tuesday Club, a group of people who get together on (you guessed it) Tuesday nights to discuss mysterious crimes that they have encountered. Miss Marple just happens to be one of those people and gets to demonstrate her uncanny knowledge of human nature repeatedly.

I have to think that Charlaine Harris must have read this collection before she wrote her first Aurora Teagarden mystery story Real Murders which features the Real Murders Club. Members of this club get together once a month to analyze famous murder cases. (Harris takes things one step further when a member of the club is murdered.)

This is a compact little volume—I read it in one sitting. That, perhaps, is not the best way to approach it, as Miss Marple’s superiority in deducing what actually went on gets a trifle repetitive (although we readers would expect nothing less). Still, I enjoyed my evening’s reading.

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text 2018-03-08 19:18

My kindle fire died this morning. I tried to resuscitate it but there is nothing doing...

 

 

On the plus side, I guess I'll be forced to focus on the physical books on my shelf AND get to look for a replacement. :)

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text 2018-02-22 09:13
BookLikes, I take it you know ...

... that things aren't fixed yet?  Notifications are down again, people are still experiencing site slowness, and some are unable to get comments through.  If you're aware of this and I'm beating a dead horse never mind, but what with notifications being down, I'm not sure you guys are even aware of this yet.

 

Here's where people have posted about what is not working:

 

http://booklikes.com/thread/176/bug-reports

 

http://lindahilton.booklikes.com/post/1643476/when-is-this-going-to-end

 

(As for the second link, please don't only look at Linda Hilton's post as such but also at the discussion in the comments section.)

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video 2017-12-15 20:16

My most recent video is a tag video. My "so called" reader problems!

 

<3

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text 2017-11-29 14:56
i cant write my essay - what to do

Professors want to see that students present papers with the proper format.

Professors have spent thousands of hours staring and reading numerous printed pages, so they know when you submit a paper not well formatted. And as a rescue student can pay someone to write a paper to be sure about its quality. 

 

Let’s just say they’ve got an eagle eye for this sort of things and would be displeased when the standard formatting rule is violated. Violating or not using the proper formatting guidelines shows a lack of understanding and un-seriousness which professors detest.

 

When using Microsoft Word, professors want to see that the document's margins, font, page numbers, and alignment are properly done. The paragraph spacing and formatting style should also be adhered to strictly. When professors give out instructions with regards to formatting, they want to see that those instructions are followed strictly.Indeed, writing papers for a living is a great work for college students. To professors, when students submit wrongly formatted documents, it is a sign that they are trying to play some tricks on them.

 

If one of the requirements of the assignment is to use appropriate formatting or academic writing style then neglecting it will cost you some valuable marks. If you are told to use the APA paper formatting and style, for example, professors want to see that you did follow the guidelines and wrote your academic paper using the APA style throughout.

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