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“Few writers can properly distance themselves from their emotion or sentiment when writing creative non-fiction in the first person. Yet, William Thomas Sette has accomplished this feat in his warm and tender work, “To Wait for an Angel.” He has masterfully created an intense and exciting read, full of vivid details, descriptive sequences, poetic verse, and thought-provoking musings. All your senses are heightened as you read Sette’s prose, and once you finish the work it reverberates through your body for days afterwards. I look forward to more from this masterful story teller.
Norman J. Pierce, New York Critics Corner Aug. 4, 2011