Sunday, August 26, 2018

What is Gina Wohlsdorf reading?

Featured at Writers Read: Gina Wohlsdorf, author of Blood Highway: A Novel.

Her entry begins:
The other day I finished The Tao of Pooh by Benjamin Hoff. I was recently saying to my friend Keiko that I found the Tao Te Ching frustrating, since all its assertions seemed to proudly negate themselves. She said, “You should read The Tao of Pooh. Then the Tao Te Ching will make total sense.” She was...[read on]
About Blood Highway, from the publisher:
Meet Rainy Cain, a tough, smart seventeen-year-old whose primary instinct is survival. That instinct is tested when her life is upended by the sudden appearance of her father, Sam, who she thought was long dead, but instead had been in prison for his part in an armored truck robbery gone murderously wrong. Now escaped and on the run, he kidnaps Rainy, who he is convinced knows where the money from the robbery, never recovered, is hidden.

Accompanied by a henchman with secret motives of his own, they set off on a cross-country dash to Big Sur, where Sam suspects his late wife stashed the cash. On their heels is a Minneapolis cop intent on bringing Rainy safely home.

It is an odyssey that will push Rainy to the limits of endurance, and that will keep readers guessing until the very end. What does Rainy really know—and what is she willing to sacrifice in order to live?
Visit Gina Wohlsdorf's website.

The Page 69 Test: Security.

My Book, The Movie: Security.

My Book, The Movie: Blood Highway.

The Page 69 Test: Blood Highway.

Writers Read: Gina Wohlsdorf.

--Marshal Zeringue