Amanda Livingstone

is creating Forty Acres, an alternate history anthology series
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About Amanda Livingstone

'Forty Acres' is an alternate history anthology series written by Amanda Livingstone (aka pandorasimbox) and visualised using The Sims 4.

The series is set in a fictionalised version of 19th century America, where President Abraham Lincoln’s assassination was prevented, allowing him to go on to serve a full and complete second term as President. Under the Great Emancipator’s guiding hand, some newly freed citizens have been paid reparations for their time spent in slavery and are setting up new lives as a free and highly skilled workforce. Meanwhile, the so-called southern aristocracy has crumbled in the wake of the fall of the Confederacy. The cost of paying reparations for their former slaveholding has driven many of the once ‘great’ families to ruin and their remnants have collected into the segregated suburbs of the city, and tensions are rising.

Picking up at the beginning of 1868 as Lincoln closes out his final term, ‘Forty Acres’ focuses on the stories of the families fighting for survival and supremacy in the former Confederate south of these new United States.
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When I reach 500 followers, I will be able to afford to pay a sensitivity reader to review my work ahead of publication. This should make Forty Acres a more authentic piece of fiction that is more reflective of the human experiences that I am trying to fictionalise.
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