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Emily Schulz commented on Michael Chemello's blog post Quarterly Blog Post: Why is Shakespeare so Cruel?
"I like the consideration of Shakespeare's point in time. It's true his tragedies seem to torture the audience, even though that was Shakespeare's intention, the people of that time and in that origin could handle a lot more tragedy in…"
Oct 27, 2014
Courtney Robb commented on Michael Chemello's blog post How do you Brainstorm for a Book Blog?
"I never really thought of how I created book blogs before, but now that you mention it I definitely see myself as having to finish the book before reflecting on it. I like to get a full understanding before I go and write about it because what if I…"
May 30, 2012
Michael Palacios commented on Michael Chemello's blog post Final Book Blog:
"I've always seen other people reading these 'thriller' books, or mystery, whatever. All these murder and violence books strike me kind of odd. I mean, I like videogames that are violent, the usual shoot-em-ups and the like. But when…"
May 30, 2012
Michael Chemello posted a blog post

Final Book Blog:

I've read so many books since the last book blog like, Now You See Her, by James Patterson, Kill Me if You Can, by James Patterson, Private, by James Patterson, and The Serpent's Shadow, by Rick Riordan. These were all phenomenal books and I recommend all of them, but the main book I’m going to be focusing on is Now You See Her, by James Patterson.Now You See Her, is about a New York lawyer and single mother, Nina Bloom, who has a terrible past and a dark secret. Her real name is Jeanie and she…See More
May 29, 2012
John Park commented on Michael Chemello's blog post How do you Brainstorm for a Book Blog?
"When I have to write blogs I just start typing and some kind of blog post is made. I don't really brainstorm, because I feel like I'm going to loose the important topic that I want to talk a bout, or the important message…"
May 29, 2012
Ali Murauskis commented on Michael Chemello's blog post How do you Brainstorm for a Book Blog?
"I don't even think about the blog while I am reading the book. It would confuse me too much, and similar to you I wouldn't even remember what I was reading about. After I finish the book I usually just think about the main points of the…"
May 28, 2012
Connor H commented on Michael Chemello's blog post How do you Brainstorm for a Book Blog?
"Like most of you, the blog is not even a small thought when I am reading the book.  I can lose my focus quite easily therefore I keep my focus solely on the book at hand.  After, once the book if finally finished I am able to reflect on…"
May 28, 2012
Ryan Comstock commented on Michael Chemello's blog post How do you Brainstorm for a Book Blog?
"I like to find some part of that book that I can write on and then write that down and take toke notes about that topic while reading the rest of the book. This helps me focus and remeber what I wanted to write about."
May 28, 2012
Andrew Lundholm commented on Michael Chemello's blog post How do you Brainstorm for a Book Blog?
"I will find one element of a book that I'm reading and put it under a microscope.  Not literally of course, but I kind of lose all focus in the book and start thinking how this can be brought to the world.  For me, a book's…"
May 27, 2012
Michelle Baum commented on Michael Chemello's blog post How do you Brainstorm for a Book Blog?
"I also don't really thnk about the blog while I'm reading. I'm not reading the book so that I can write a blog about it, I'm reading it for enjoyment and then happen to blog about it. Like you, I frequently have to look back at…"
May 24, 2012
Michael Chemello commented on Michelle Baum's blog post Time Flies When You're Having Fun
"This is going to be something we remember(hopefully) for the rest of our lives. This class has taken a huge step forward compared to freshman year English. We've gone electronic for all our blogs and such and have had an amazing class full of…"
May 24, 2012
Michael Chemello commented on Ryan Comstock's blog post English 2012: A Super Awesome Reflection
"It's true, English has never been enjoyable until this year. As you saw last year, I fell asleep everyday in class. Don't get me wrong Pagnani was awesome, but it just wasn't the best class. Now with our reading everyday, Gary, and…"
May 24, 2012
Michael Chemello commented on Kelly Dudar's blog post Where Did the Time Go?
"Agreed. This year has been a blur. I cannot believe that it's already May and that finals are in two weeks. Mr. A has been an awesome teacher and the 10 minutes of reading have been one of the many highlights of English. I'm ready for…"
May 24, 2012
Michael Chemello commented on Allison Tomal's blog post Moving on.
"It's definitely going to be hard losing our friends that are seniors and losing the easy life. Soon we need to fill out college applications and find our passion that we want to pursue for the rest of our life. however, with age comes…"
May 24, 2012
Michael Chemello commented on Mike Fowle's blog post The Effects of Labeling Students
"Really all these labels are so stupid. Who cares if we are honors English students or below-average math students? Really the labels we should get are kids or students. When they put a label on us we conform to that label and start to stray away…"
May 24, 2012
Michael Chemello commented on Laura Smearman's blog post Has Summer Become Less of A Break?
"It's true. Summer is being less of a break because, as you know, I have to work right after school is over and way into September. Having to read over summer is fine, but it sucks that work and sports and all that is taking time away from us…"
May 24, 2012

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Final Book Blog:

Posted on May 28, 2012 at 8:15pm 1 Comment

I've read so many books since the last book blog like, Now You See Her, by James Patterson, Kill Me if You Can, by James Patterson, Private, by James Patterson, and The Serpent's Shadow, by Rick Riordan. These were all phenomenal books and I recommend all of them, but the main book I’m going to be focusing on is Now You See Her, by James Patterson.…

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How do you Brainstorm for a Book Blog?

Posted on May 14, 2012 at 8:30pm 12 Comments

A little while back in class, Mr. Anderson asked us, the students, how we come up with ideas for our monthly book blogs. He asked if we either thought of ideas while reading or if we finished the book then reflected on the…

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The Postcard Killers: My new favorite book

Posted on April 15, 2012 at 5:08pm 7 Comments

The Postcard Killers, by James Patterson, is an amazing book that takes you on a journey all over Europe to find the psychopathic people who have been killing couples on their honeymoons and contorting their bodies in…

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Step on a Crack by James Patterson

Posted on March 19, 2012 at 7:55pm 10 Comments

James Patterson, if you haven’t noticed, is my favorite writer. This is the first book of the Detective Mike Bennett series, even though I read this book last, it is a fantastic and easy series to get into, especially if you…

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At 1:52pm on March 7, 2012, Gary Anderson said…

Hey, Michael ... Happy birthday!

At 10:17pm on March 8, 2012, Michael Chemello said…

THANKS!!

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