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A post-apocalyptic world, an unlikely band of Revolutionaries, this is the memoir of their struggles and triumphs.

Written by Jessiqua Wittman

Marna…
The year is 2143 C.E.
The place is an insignificant settler cell in the Damascus region. Consumed with unrest and divided by indecision, it is the perfect battlefield for the spiritual forces of a post-apocalyptic world.
The original inhabitants of this land were descendants of the ancient Hadadian kings of Damascus, but after the second Great War ended, the refugees from the destroyed population centers nearby decided to call this area their new home. The Hadadians fell easily to their following conquest. They were already weak from religious skirmishes within themselves, and the covetous refugees were far more advanced technologically.
That was all sixty years ago. This year, 2143, our year, is the period everything is going to change for the forgotten kingdom. We, the multicultural grandchildren of that history, are ripe for a social Revolution. Our Settler’s Senate Council have proved themselves incompetent as leaders time and time again, and now war is looming with our European neighbor, Charn. Our last hope is to elect a Hadadian King to take the reins of our riotous people and rule like a man again.

For more information on A Memoir of Love's storyline, read In Depth: A Memoir of Love.

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A young woman's story about her search for identity.

Written by Jessiqua Wittman

Marna…
The year is 2168 C.E. and the days of exile have come for our post-apocalyptic nation. Merely twenty-five years after crowning its first king, our country has renounced and banished him as it seeks another. The rejected monarch is not subjugated yet though. Hiding underground as an intercultural war rages overhead, Hazael and his closest allies form yet another revolution. We are united, and very capable of achieving it together, until the Dark Child appears. 
Seemingly small and insignificant at first, this young man’s presence slowly begins to unravel and rip apart those formerly seeming inseparable until a spiritual civil war even deadlier than that up topside rages underground. 
Has BenHadad’s spirit lived on to antagonize us who rejected him a quarter of a century ago? Or is there something deeper and more profound going on around this one called Ashes?

For more information on A Memoir of Mercy's storyline, read In Depth: A Memoir of Mercy

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The journey of a chaplain's wife as she loses and finds her faith.


Written by Jessiqua Wittman

Marna...
The year is 2199 C.E.
The war is lost. The Royal Family has split. Now we hide.
Soldiers patrol our streets. Politics are dangerous. Opinions are dangerous. There are rumors of prison camps hidden in the forests and lowlands. Stories too hideous to recount openly are whispered by candlelight.
We trust no one.
Our secrets must remain secret, or the entire family will suffer. Our blood jeopardizes our lives. Our faith... is slowly dying.
The plain commander, is he an ally? Or is he the worst kind of enemy?
I am about to find out.

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