Next page Books & Nosh is hosting 2 authoring events on Saturday


Mike Messeroff and Hannah Chavez wrote and illustrated the book “Dogs Get It: Advice I Learned From My Best Friend” based on the carefree demeanor of Messeroff’s Yorkshire Terrier Rocky. Messeroff will read and sign the book on Saturday 3rd July at Next Page Books & Nosh.
Courtesy Mike Messeroff and Hannah Chavez

Two local writers plan to read and sign books at Next Page Books & Nosh this Saturday, July 3rd. Both books focus on poetry.

First, Mike Messeroff from Breckenridge will read from his book “Dogs Get It: Advice I Learned from My Best Friend” at 2pm.

At 4 p.m. Mark Addison from Frisco will read his “Mountain Town Poetry”. Addison, who has lived in Summit County for 30 years, got interested in writing after he turned 70. During the pandemic, he found inspiration for “Mountain Town Poetry” when he looked outside his home and saw simple things that he took for granted.

Participation in both events is free. The next page is at 409 Main St., Frisco.

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