MOUNTAIN TOP, Pa., Jan. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- An innovative addition to the publishing industry has released a timely new novel which it describes as a "Romeo and Juliet versus Big Brother novel" as part one of a series which takes on some difficult topics head on without apologies.
Some say that books are nothing more than a reflection of the truth coming to light, and the publishers of Through the Mill - A Time for Snow shine that light on government policies such as the Affordable Care Act and Common Core.
"Writers such as Ayn Rand and George Orwell have warned us about Collectivism and its goal of ending the personal freedoms we have in the US," stated a spokesman for Artisan Publishing Guild.
The launching of Through the Mill could prove to have perfect synergy.
According to a recent Gallup Poll, more than 70 percent of California's 104,000 doctors are reportedly planning to stay out of the state's health insurance exchange. Also a recent Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that 56 percent of likely U.S. voters now have at least a somewhat unfavorable opinion of the Affordable Care Act.
As to why anyone should read this newly released book, the spokesman pointed out that Through the Mill "shows key topics impacting all our futures: What happens when our high school education is proven so poor that a new Pre-college is required to get into university? What if all the radio talk shows were replaced by a certified press? And what happens when the government decides to ban nicotine producing products in favor of THC producing?"
"Follow this modern day Romeo and Juliet as they find themselves in the center of a political coup. Can they reinstate the freedoms of a once-great nation? Or will they simply be run Through the Mill?"
Through the Mill - A Time for Snow (http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HTP5S1K) is the first installment in The Mill Series. Book Two has a targeted release in 4/2014, and Book Three has a targeted release of 6/2014.
Artisan Publishing Guild
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SOURCE Artisan Publishing Guild