|By PR Newswire||
|April 10, 2014 04:00 AM EDT||
MOUNTAIN TOP, Pa., April 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- "We're re-launching Through the Mill this is the cornerstone of the series," an Artisan Publishing Guild official explained. "We are even more excited to bring this Romeo and Juliet vs. Big Brother story to the market as an introduction to book two."
"Into the Mill - A Judas to all Men, by James W. Scott addresses topics that are currently dividing our country, such as Affordable Care Act, Common Core, Abortion, Sequestration, as well as Welfare and Immigration Reforms. Explaining how these missteps will be leveraged by the SHOP to turn a clean cut All-American hero into an agent of the Specialized Homeland and Overseas Protectorate."
The launching of Through the Mill and Into the Mill could prove to have perfect synergy as the percentage of Americans who feel that the Affordable Care Act has hurt their families continues to grow. And the majority of the country, more than 55%, according to a recent Gallup Poll, disapproves of the 2010 Affordable Care Act.
Back to the Mill, the third installment in the Mill Series; has a targeted release of June 2014.
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SOURCE Artisan Publishing Guild
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