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Feb 17, 2014
Zoish Avari posted a blog post

They. Are. Here.

I recently finished reading I Am Number Four, by…See More
Jun 5, 2013
Maddy Moscinski commented on Zoish Avari's blog post Can I borrow that?
"Hey Zoish! I have also read Something Borrowed. I realy enjoyed this book. But I think Rachel had kind of a love/hate relationship with Darcy so it made it easier to be with Dex. Great post!"
Apr 29, 2013
Zoish Avari posted a blog post

Can I borrow that?

I recently finished reading Something Borrowed By Emily Giffin. I normally like my sci-fi fiction books, and I don't usually go for the romantic books but I just loved this book! It was the you're-with-the-wrong-person plot that seems so typical, but Emily Griffin really made this book interesting! Rachel White is they typical good girl in any story. She and Darcy Rhone have been friends since childhood but Darcy is always in the limelight while Rachel stands in the shadows. But on Rachels…See More
Mar 30, 2013
Maddy Moscinski commented on Zoish Avari's blog post The Son of Neptune and The Mark of Athena-Books worthy of Olympus
"Great post Zoish! I have read the Lighting Theif series and you have now convinced me to read this series!"
Mar 21, 2013
Zoish Avari commented on Reilly Siepka's blog post 13 Reasons Why
"13 reasons why has been on my "I need to read this" list for a long time too! When I heard Jay Asher was coming to writers week I decided to read the book, but of course, I forgot or didn't have time! Your blog and the trailer you put…"
Mar 18, 2013
Zoish Avari commented on Gina Pfister's blog post Two Ways of Storytelling: Books and Movies
"Hey Gina! I really loved the points you brought up in this post! I have always thought books allowed more imagination and left the reader more in charge than a movie does! I agree with you about how the reader has more time, if he/she wants, to…"
Mar 18, 2013
Zoish Avari replied to Emily LaVigne's discussion Music: not a want, but a need
"I am just the opposite! If music is on while I do homework, especially reading, I tend to pay attention to the lyrics or the beat more than I do to the actual homework! I can do math homework with music on, and some chemistry, but if it involves…"
Mar 18, 2013
Kristen Cardoza commented on Zoish Avari's blog post What's Face-To-Face?
"I agree that we are glued to our phones but I don't think it is necessarily in a bad way. Yes, people seem to talk more through texts but I think that's because we are so connected now. With Twitter, Facebook, and cell phones there is…"
Mar 17, 2013
Zoish Avari commented on Zoish Avari's blog post What's Face-To-Face?
"@Maddy- exactly! It's amazing what getting off your phone and looking up at the world can do! @Emily- I guess great minds think alike! I have had that situation before as well, and like you said, texting has taken away those worries! I agree…"
Mar 12, 2013
Zoish Avari commented on Morgan Whitecotton's blog post Why Do We Procrastinate?
"I must admit! I am a huge procrastinator! I want to be one of those people who come home and get down to business right away but that never happens! I always end up getting distracted or something comes up that pulls me away from what I really…"
Mar 12, 2013
Meghan Bartos commented on Zoish Avari's blog post What's Face-To-Face?
"Hey Zoish! I definitely agree with what your saying here. I've had problems in the past with cryptic texts, especially if you don't know what the other person's really saying. Because they didn't add a smiley face, it might seem…"
Mar 11, 2013
Emily LaVigne commented on Zoish Avari's blog post What's Face-To-Face?
"Zoish, this is something I was just thinking about recently! I remember calling a friend's home phone and being nervous about talking to my friend's parents! Now all I have to do is text them and there is no anxiety about that. In a way…"
Mar 10, 2013
Maddy Moscinski commented on Zoish Avari's blog post What's Face-To-Face?
"Hey Zoish! I like your post and agree with you that people should get off the internet every once and a while. I mean there’s a whole world out there! Go see it!"
Mar 8, 2013
Aubrey Stegich and Zoish Avari are now friends
Feb 27, 2013
Zoish Avari commented on Maddy Moscinski's blog post THE HOST book review
"Hey! I loved your blog post! I have read The Host as well! In fact, I believe I borrowed the book from you! You were right on the stephanie meyer thing, I was a bit worried this story would be cheesy, like the Twilight Saga, but it wasn't! It…"
Feb 26, 2013

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They. Are. Here.

Posted on May 27, 2013 at 6:23pm 0 Comments

Can I borrow that?

Posted on March 6, 2013 at 6:45pm 1 Comment

I recently finished reading Something Borrowed By Emily Giffin. I normally like my sci-fi fiction books, and I don't usually go for the romantic books but I just loved this book! It was the you're-with-the-wrong-person plot that seems so typical, but Emily Griffin really made this book interesting! Rachel White is they typical good girl in any story. She and Darcy Rhone have been friends since childhood but Darcy is always in the limelight while Rachel stands in the shadows. But on…

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What's Face-To-Face?

Posted on December 19, 2012 at 6:30pm 5 Comments

Do you remember a time when you actaully called your friends to talk? Or, even more horrific, actually went to go see them in person to tell them something? That was probably a long time ago! Our lives now revolve around the internet and cellphones. It's how we research stuff for school, entertain ourselves, and of course, it's how we talk to our friends and family! E-mail, Facebook, Twitter, Skype, Snapchat, Texting;…

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The Son of Neptune and The Mark of Athena-Books worthy of Olympus

Posted on November 29, 2012 at 6:00pm 1 Comment

My independant reading books are The Son of Neptune and The Mark of Athena, By Rick Riordan. They are the second and third book in the series Heroes of Olympus, and a follow up series to the first series, Percy Jackosn and the Olympians. I am doing both books at once because they are intertwined plot-wise and events carry over from one book to another so this way you get the whole picture! These books pulled me in within the first pages. It started…

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