Welcome to the (book) supplier


My name’s Eli, and I’m K12 English Content Specialist who coaches teachers who teach English language arts and literacy.

I’m an avid reader, and since I left the classroom (I taught English and reading for 12 years), my reading habits haven’t changed too much. I love contemporary YA fiction, the kinds of scary books that are scary because the conflicts could really happen, and afro-futurism.

I’m the (book) supplier because of one of my professors who said something to tDSC_0002(2)he effect (I think it started as book pusher, actually). Even though I’m not in the classroom anymore, you’ll still find me lending books to former students, teachers, and random people in the library. Like, READ! is something I used to say to my students when they were supposed to be reading, but were chatting instead.

You can find me in myriad places, but more often than not, I’m on Instagram posting pictures of what I’m reading, Sticky Note Reviews of what I’ve read, or blowing up my stories with all manner of random.

On Sundays, you’ll find me on YouTube telling stories about what I’ve managed to get up to and predicting what I’ll read for the week. Occasionally, I make reading lists for people, a pastime I find incredibly satisfying.

For a round up of just about everything, check out my blog – all the videos, Sticky Note Reviews, Feature Shelves and whatnot is here.

Hit me up, I love talking about books. As always, I am the (book) supplier wishing you happy reading. Don’t forget to be awesome.

3 thoughts on “Welcome to the (book) supplier

  1. OMG I play the baritone! I until I started grad school again, I even played in the community band. I also played jazz trombone. So to respond to your comment on my blog — yes, we can totally be nerdy, book-loving, doc student friends!


    1. Yay! I played in the community band until I started the doc program as well. I hated giving that up. I’m excited to have a new nerdy, book-loving, doc student friend. Not being on campus, I don’t have any of those. 🙂


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