Where the Stork Flies, a time travel novel from Sand Hill Review Press, May, 2021.

When a woman’s search for her best life pushes away her family, it takes a pair of unlikely time travelers to teach her the meaning of unconditional love.

“Beautifully written, this book will remind you of the simplest forms of happiness in life…With delightful, funny, relatable, and adorable characters, this was an entertaining and heart-warming read.” – Rain Reads Reviews, Five Stars Goodreads Review

“This novel gave me a new awareness of the limitations of social progress over the centuries, as well as a way to continue the good fight. Reading it, I realized how that progress or lack of it has made me who I am and made my life possible. Highly recommended!” Elise Miller, Five Stars Goodreads Review

“Delicately, Wisniewski uses folklore and whimsy to portray a dark reality of humanity. Not an easy feat.” – Story Circle Book Reviews

“A charming story that combines a feminist perspective with the Black Madonna of Częstochowa…funny, touching, and thought provoking. ” – Lauren B. Davis, author of The Grimoire of Kensington Market,  Against a Darkening Sky, The Empty Room, and Our Daily Bread

Linda is available for book club meetings, in person or online via Skype or Zoom. Contact her at lindawis46@gmail.com to set up a date!

Linda C. Wisniewski  writes about life and the connections we make by giving each other the space and time to be heard.

Former librarian and journalist, teacher of memoir workshops at the historic Pearl Buck House in Dublin, PA.  

 

Author of the memoir, Off Kilter: A Woman’s Journey to Peace With Scoliosis, Her Mother and Her Polish Heritage, published by Pearlsong Press.     

offkilterbookcover-1 Is it ever too late to change your life? In this heartfelt memoir, a middle aged woman recalls a troubled childhood, releases her mother’s pain and rejects a life of suffering to finally create her own happiness.

“I stood as tall as I could, but by the time I was in eighth grade, my back was visibly curved. I felt inadequate and even guilty. I thought, surely, if I tried hard enough, I’d be able to stand up straight. ”  –                                                                                                                                                                                                                  from Off Kilter

Linda’s essays, short stories and articles have been widely published in literary magazines and anthologies. Her essay,  “Thirty-Two Words for Peace” won first prize in the 2018 Susan Wittig Albert Life-writing Competition.