This is a place to discuss the book, Tumbleweed Forts: Adventures of an Army Brat, and any subject related to the story.
Tumbleweed Forts, by Frank Warner, is about a boy's life in Fort Huachuca, Arizona, in the early 1960s. It’s about youngsters making friends and exploring, soldiers experimenting with drones, and all sorts of people looking for gold. It’s also about making a new home and then suddenly leaving it behind.
The book has just been published. You can order it by clicking here.
This Tumbleweed Forts should not be confused with another ‘Tumbleweed Forts’ published in 2011. The similar titles are purely a coincidence. The 2011 book is a fantasy. The new Tumbleweed Forts book is a true story.
Millions of Americans have spent part of their childhoods with at least one parent in the armed forces, and regularly moving from one base to another. Many are likely to find something of their own lives in Tumbleweed Forts. They’ll also see differences.
And even you civilians can appreciate the adventures in Tumbleweed Forts.
Here’s your place to talk it over.