For one night only: Author Tyler Merritt at USN on September 26

USNA is thrilled to announce Tyler Merritt has agreed to be our celebrated author for Fall Book Frenzy 2023 Author Night on Tuesday, September 26 at 6:30 p.m. in Durnan Auditorium. Tickets may be purchased for $20 here.
By Kim Kikkawa and Amy Tidwell, Fall Book Frenzy Co-Chairs

USNA is thrilled to announce that Tyler Merritt has agreed to be our celebrated author for Fall Book Frenzy 2023 Author Night. Merritt is the author of the bestselling memoir “I Take My Coffee Black.” He will be on campus for a speaking engagement with a book signing at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, September 26. A highly sought-after speaker, Merritt uses a kind-hearted approach to examining ourselves and our society through the lens of humor. Proceeds from the event will benefit both the Hassenfeld Library and USN’s K-12 Need-Based Scholarship Endowment.

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