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Grief for my beauty.

I want to write about my need to be recognized as a beautiful one.

I was writing a lot about my appearance issue and I concluded one post with a sentence: I don`t know how my body looks like because I was always in a quest of changing it. 1,637 more words

5 Questions Leaders Should Be Asking All the Time

(Source: hbr.org)

Any answer is only as good as the question asked. Yet it’s not always easy asking good questions. It requires us to look beyond simple solutions and to encourage colleagues to do the same. 1,096 more words

Money Matters

Home, where art thou?

What’s home for you? Where do you find yourself to be home? Is it just where you are living at the moment or where your loved ones are? 619 more words

Home

Lies vs. Fiction

Hello and welcome to another week of regularly-scheduled lies here at Factually Deficient! Please remember that you can send us questions to answer with lies at any time of the day or night, awake or asleep, through any method of communication known to human- or plant-kind. 256 more words

Blatant Lies

Christie's "Lord Edgware Dies" - is it fair play?

I’ve recently reread Christie’s “Lord Edgware Dies” (aka “Thirteen at Dinner”) and was again troubled by the question of whether one of the key moments of misdirection is fair. 436 more words

Agatha Christie

Yet Another Mystery Blog reblogged this on yet another mystery blog and commented:

I'm still musing over the question posed in the last post and am interested in your thoughts. Until I decide, I'd like to hear everyone's thought on this post, from the former blog for now sadly-vanished "GAD Fiction Forum": I never before thought that Lord Edgware Dies might not be fair, but the argument presented here makes sense, at least to me. What say you?

An Undignified Melodrama for My Bone of Contention

OK, folks, I’m in a bit of a quandary: I have a new Geoffrey Lord story, and I think it’s fairly decent, but it’s longer than any of the others I’ve posted, and I’m not sure if you’d all be interested or not. 94 more words

My Stories

Pick Your Era


If you could choose a home from any architectural era or style, which would it be? (Note: it’s just the house you’re picking. You don’t have to live in the time it was built!)

Deborah Makarios