Tag: Rough Enough

Civil War Book – Still Free? Wow!

 Rough Enough (Nonfiction)       Get it for your Kindle app for any computer – Now! Free! https://amazon.com/author/rickmcbee  (Kindle users will find this book free at this site until June 10). The History and Life of 17 year old Richard H. Clow, as seen through his…

Two Big Kindle Promotions This Week!

I have just set up two kindle promotions for this week now that the summer holidays are here and you will have vacation time. Monday, June 6 through Friday, June 10 2016! 1. If you will be in the Gulf Coast Region or Caribbean…

Civil War Buffs! Kindle Countdown Sale on “Rough Enough”!

Don’t forget to check out how “Rough Enough” has risen on the sales charts this past 24 hours. The sale is still on and well worth the buy for all you Civil War Buffs and Professors who are trying to follow these soldiers from…

Kindle Countdown for “Rough Enough” begins at 8AM April 24!!>))

Get your best buys on my Civil War book, “Rough Enough” beginning with 99 cent Kindle Countdown sale starting April 24! “Rough Enough” will hold you enthralled with Richard Clow’s letters to his sisters as he fights at Petersburg during the final bloody days of…

The Union Troops at Petersburg – What they saw!

Take a good look at the Header above on this page! If you were one of the Union troops in the 56th Massachusetts like Richard Clow in 1865, you’d have been looking out over the top of sand bags and trenches to the grassy…

The Best Civil War Buff’s Christmas Gift!

Here’s the best Christmas Gift you could give to your Civil War Buff Sweet Heart!

Reader Questions for “Rough Enough,” Set #10, Chapter #7: How Bad Does the War have to be to be “Rough Enough?”

In Chapter 7 we follow Richard Clow beyond the intense shelling and attacks on April 1, 1865 into the second day of the assault in which Petersburg finally falls to the combined Union forces and General Lee begins the long painful flight to the…

Reader Questions for “Rough Enough” set #9, Chapter #6: How do you attack across these kinds of defenses?

On April 1, 1965, Richard Clow describes a part of one of the charges on probably Fort Mahone, often described as one of the strongest built forts on the Confederate line around Petersburg. “We could hear each charge they made. The rebs would run…

Reader Questions for “Rough Enough,” Set #8, Chapter #5: What Happens When Soldiers get too Accostumed to the Death and Destruction of War? Did These Men Develop PTSD Type Symptoms?

The brain of a person who is associated with the long term violence and death of warfare has to either come to terms with that situation and rationalize some of the things that they see, or they begin to go crazy.  This is seen…

Reader Questions for “Rough Enough” Set #7 – Chapter #4: Can You Empathize with Richard Clow on This Passage?

Here’s a passage from “Rough Enough,” my Civil War book detailing Richard Clow’s Enlistment, Training, Combat, Reenlistment for the Frontier, Indian Conflicts, Marriage, Life on the farm, Mining for Deadwood Gold and moving on to Oregon. Do you empathize with this section of his…

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