Live from the Road

About the Author: P.C. Zick

I m a storyteller who writes It s as simple and as complicated as that.I have always been a writer and reader I dabbled with writing during vacations from teaching I always received praise for my writing As a high school English teacher, I became known as the writing teacher and taught creative writing and gave writing workshops to other teachers When I burned out on teaching students to wr


[Epub] ➝ Live from the Road  By P.C. Zick – Onedayyourdayweddings.co.uk
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  • Live from the Road
  • P.C. Zick
  • 08 April 2019

Live from the Road LIVE FROM THE ROAD Has Been Published With A New Cover Under The Original ISBN ISBN ISBN Meg Newton And Sally Sutton Seek A Change In The Mundane Routine Of Their Lives Is This All There Is Sally Asks Meg After Visiting A Dying Friend In The Hospital That S When Meg Suggests They Take A Journey To Discover The Answer Joined By Their Daughters, They Set Off On A Journey Of Salvation Enhanced By The Glories Of The Mother Road Along The Way, They Are Joined By A Chicago Bluesman, A Pakistani Liquor Storeowner From Illinois, A Marine From Missouri, A Gun Toting Momma From Oklahoma, And A Motel Clerk From New Mexico Meg, Mourning For Her Dead Son, Learns To Share Her Pain With Her Daughter CC When Sally S Husband Of Almost Thirty Years Leaves A Voice Mail Telling Her He S Leaving, Both Sally And Her Daughter Ramona Discover Some Truths About Love And Independence Live From The Road Takes The Reader On An Often Humorous, Yet Harrowing, Journey Death, Divorce And Deception Help To Reveal The Inner Journey Taking Place Under The Blazing Desert Sun As A Route Motel Owner Reads The Bhagavad Gita And An Eagle Provides The Sign They Ve All Been Seeking Enlightenment Comes Tiptoeing In At Dawn In A Tucumcari Laundromat, While Singing Karaoke At A Bar In Gallup, New Mexico, And During Dinner At The Roadkill Caf In Seligman, Arizona The Four Women S Lives Will Never Be The Same After The Road Leads Them To Their Hearts The True Destination For These Road Warriors

10 thoughts on “Live from the Road

  1. Diane Rapp says:

    Enjoy the Ride on Route 66When I began reading this book, I assumed it might be a travel story about the places visited Thankfully the engaging story dragged me into the lives of these four women from the first chapter, and I became one of their stragglers on the adventure Two best friends Sally and Meg decide to take a trip along the old Route 66 from Chicago to L.A., and their daughters Ramona and CC go along for the ride Of course the daughters have ulterior motives They plan to enter a talent contest in L.A or I m sure they d never agree to travel with their moms No one expected that this road trip would be than a pleasant ride through the country The four women stop at interesting road side attractions, but they also explore their pasts and their relationships during the journey Their excitement about traveling Route 66 is contagious and the Road Warriors eventually attract a caravan of cars that follow them across country The crazy characters they meet are odd, funny, and absolutely outrageous.I once traveled with my grown daughter for three months, doing research for a Caribbean guide book During that trip I saw my daughter as an adul...

  2. PacaLipstick Gramma says:

    I won this book from a Goodreads Giveaway.When I started the book, I thought, this sounds like it is going to be a fun book, adventures on the road, maybe a few hijinks, and I might be in for a bumpy, eventful ride.Well, I got part of it right.Although I enjoyed the author s writing style, and thought her execution was good, the story not so much I have a hard time believing in this day and age or anytime for that matter that as they are traveling down the road, they stop, meet someone, and within minutes their new acquaintances would drop everything, and decide to join their caravan to travel Route 66 I wasn t buying it.I didn t really care for the character Meg It seemed as though the author was trying to squeeze too much into one character One minute she was independent, the next, needy, revealing closed off, up down, decided undecided, you get the pict...

  3. S.R. Mallery says:

    A Wonderful, Funny, Zen Searching, Heart warming Read Part Thelma Louise, part Robin Hood and his band of merry men, part the Pied Piper of Hamlin, P C Zick hits a homerun with Live On The Road The cast of characters starts out with two mothers and their twenty something daughters as they travel across the U S on the old Route 66 and ends up including a whole host of interesting, displaced people, longing for adventure alongside these four Road Warriors The book is a wonderful cavalcade of life laughter, charming and clever bantering between the daughters and their moms, pent up feelings, divorce, wild flings, karaoke, tragedy, emotional and spiritual discoveries, and some tidbits about the history of Route 66, coincidentally known as the Mother Road In short, this is an extremely well written book that, through its very believable characters and vivid descriptions of the beauties they encounter gives you something for everyone, as the group keeps chorusing,...

  4. Naomi says:

    Read my full review rating 2.5 will be rounded to 3 for the purpose of Goodreads and My opinion I could never warm up to this book and found myself rushing to get through it The characters almost felt forced to me and with the storyline had a feeling of and then meaning that it jumped from one scene to another simply for dramatic effect versus a well laid out storyline Would I recommend To be honest with the reader of this review, I am on the fence with recommending this book As a women s lit book, almost bordering on chick lit, I think there is an audience for this book I have read and reviewed a number o...

  5. Christoph Fischer says:

    Live from the Road by P.C.Zick is the story of a road trip from Chicago to California on Route 66 as taken by two mothers and two daughters In parts it is a simple and fun filled road trip with great humour and material for future anecdotes in other parts this book is a serious look at the escapism of thr trip and the reality of their journey in than just one meaning of the word The four women live through tragedy, past and present, and come out at the end of their journey as different women.For my personal taste some of the book was a little too girlie for me but I am sure for many others it will be quite the opposite as this is by no means meaningless chick lit I p...

  6. J.W. Stephens says:

    I read it at the suggestion of a friend who just loved it I think there were some excellent characters here Looza and Slick come to mind first and the former Marine definately This was a look at four women related by birth and friendship as they traveled down Route 66 and the changes each one undergoes during the trip It was well written ...

  7. Jena Printke thorp says:

    I really enjoyed this book, which was the chosen book for our Book Club discussion this month It was funny yet heartbreaking It made me get up and go hug my children a few times I do wish there would have been to the endi...

  8. Carol says:

    Good story Makes me want to hit the road

  9. Jena Thorp says:

    Humorous yet heart wrenching at times Really good novel and very inspiring.

  10. Crystal Henry says:

    You ll laugh You ll cry Then you ll reread