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Liberty Island Celebrates LIBERTY IN FICTION

A Press Release for Immediate Release

When in the course of human events our national story becomes lost, confused, corrupted, or otherwise loses its way, it’s time to focus less on politics and more on finding new stories to tell.

Liberty Island has made itself the home for a new generation of storytellers whose work is inspired by a love of freedom and the American spirit. Our books and short fiction celebrate what is great about America — and what is true of the human condition. Most importantly, they embody the idea that freedom is the paramount goal of human beings everywhere.

In our polarized political debates, it is well to remember that freedom is one value we all share. All Americans consider freedom to be their heritage and legacy to future generations.

It’s therefore fitting that this Independence Day marks the re-launch of our website and the release of our new catalog. So, let the spirit of liberty unite us as we celebrate Liberty in Fiction.

After 500 Years Rediscover the Meaning of Martin Luther Through Mad Jones, Heretic

The First Book in ‘The Accidental Prophet’ Series Offers a Dazzling 1990s Satire of Religion, Media, Politics, and Sex

For decades Quin Hillyer has established his reputation as a fair-minded journalist, engaged political activist, and principled conservative commentator. Now discover another of this gifted writer’s talents in his debut novel, Mad Jones: Heretic.

Mad Jones, Heretic: An Idol-Smashing Satire of Politics, Religion, Sex, and Media Madness At the 1990s’ End

Discover the bold vision of Quin Hillyer in this first volume of The Accidental Prophet trilogy, Mad Jones, Heretic. Read the first two chapters here! “Mad looked over what he had written. He thought he might be making headway towards some important ideas, but he really didn’t know what, and his mind was too disturbed right now, his heart too pained, for him to really care much where this was leading. All he knew was that after he wrote each thesis, he knew approximately where to look in the Bible, through some trial and error, to make the next thesis follow at least a semi-logical pattern. And that somehow the logic of writing helped mask the pain of grief.”