Witnessing William Huebing’s Remarkable Ability To Transform The Mundane Into Something Profound in Thistles In Winter

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A book of poems to be featured at one of this year’s prestigious Frankfurt Book Exhibit

Author William Huebing is a man of many talents. From being a professional opera singer to a novelist, he now tries his hand at poetry. Readers can discover his prowess with words as they immerse in Thistles in Winter.

At the age of sixty-eight, Huebing became a poet. Despite his late start, he has written over one thousand six hundred poems. With a remarkable ability to sit down and write poetry at a moment’s notice, this gift is not something that he takes lightly but plans to write for many days to come. In Thistles in Winter, the author’s words flow through his free verse narratives, each poem telling of a thought or experience. His topics vary from the whimsical to the mundane to important issues of today.

Huebing’s ability to see what lies beyond him has transformed something as simple as a poem about paper or pencils into something profound. And that is the core of Thistles in Winter, which will draw readers in, page after page.

This book will be featured at the Frankfurt Book Exhibit in Frankfurt, Germany, on October 12 to 16, 2011. For more information on this book, log on to http://www.Xlibris.com.

About the Author
William Huebing’s life has taken many turns as a professional opera singer to writing novels. At the age of sixty-eight, he became a poet and has written over a thousand poems. He has the ability to sit down and write poetry at a moment’s notice. This is a gift which he does not take lightly. He will continue to do so to the end of many days.

Thistles In Winter * byWilliam Huebing
Publication Date: October 30, 2009
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 206 pages; 978-1-4415-7116-8
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 206 pages; 978-1-4415-7117-5

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