Andrew GalasettiAndrew Galasetti is an author and entrepreneur. Born and raised on the Jersey Shore, Andrew has always had ideas flowing through him and expressed those ideas with the arts and entrepreneurship.

Today, Andrew continues with his entrepreneurial and artistic endeavors. He is the author of These Colors Don’t Run and To Breathe Free. These Colors Don’t Run is the story of Samuel, an orphan and slave in 1830s Georgia who makes a decision that has a great reward—freedom—but which also comes at great costs. To Breathe Free (coming soon!) continues the story of Samuel and his family many years later as they still strive “to breathe free” as Emma Lazarus wrote in her classic poem, “The New Colossus.”

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Ebook available on: Kindle

Paperback available on: Amazon | Barnes & Noble

To Breathe Free will be Andrew’s second published book. To learn more, please visit the To Breathe Free page HERE.

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Press mentions of Andrew Galasetti

The Sun Magazine "Sunbeams"

Sunbeams” from The Sun Magazine.

Austin Daily Herald "The several sides of me"

The several sides of me” by Marv Repinski of the Austin Daily Herald.

14 Father’s Day Quotes From Literature” by Tori Telfer of Bustle.

A Group Of Investors Is Buying A Stake In The Next Generation Of Geniuses” by Alison Griswold of Business Insider.

Kickstarting The Great American E-Novel When You’re Not Famous” by Alex Knapp of

How An Author Raised $232,000 For His Book In Just Three Days” by Jonathan Gunson of Bestseller Labs.

Sites add to dreams of success” by Steve Wood of the Courier-Post (a Gannett newspaper).

Why Some Authors Are Turning To Self-Publishing” by Justine Ashley Costanza of International Business Times.