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About That Man Named William

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William H. Zuspan’s self-titled book “William” will grace the Frankfurt Book Fair in Germany on October 16–20, 2019.

“William” is a memoir not for the faint of heart. It is about a family and the secrets, heartaches, and regrets it kept throughout the years, and it is about a man who remembers what it was like growing up without a real home and a complete family.

The author details some of the most painful experiences in his life—living in an orphanage, studying in two boarding schools, and meeting his real father at age 13. At 18, the author left his mother for college and then the army before living in New York on his own. He tells his story in hopes that his children will get a better grasp of the man he truly is. After all, who we are is the sum of all our experiences combined.
Written by William H. Zuspan
Published by XLIBRIS
Published Date: April 2017
Paperback: $15.99
About the Author
William H. Zuspan graduated with a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Kalamazoo College in Kalamazoo, Michigan. After fulfilling two draft years in the Army Signal Corps, he started in the advertising industry in New York City and has worked in this field ever since—in New York, Atlanta, and Birmingham. He now enjoys his retirement years in Tallahassee, Florida, with his wife, Lenore.

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