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.
“Where the Stork Flies, by Linda Wisniewski, weaves elements of magical realism, the supernatural and time travel, but is at its heart a book about women, their connections to one another and to their families.”
– Susan Wagner, author of Unmuted: Voices on the Edge
“A charming story that combines a feminist perspective with the Black Madonna of Częstochowa…funny, touching, and thought provoking. ”
– Lauren B. Davis, author of Even So, and The Grimoire of Kensington Market.
“If you’ve ever looked at a sepia-toned photograph of your great-great-great grandmother and been intrigued or wondered what her life was like and if it had anything in common with yours, you will enjoy and appreciate this magical, meaningful story.”
– 5 star Amazon review
“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
“Delicately, Wisniewski uses folklore and whimsy to portray a dark reality of humanity. Not an easy feat.”
– Story Circle Book Reviews
“I found myself pausing my read several times in order to write down a quote from the main character. An enjoyable book club read.”
– Amazon review
About the Author
Born and raised in Amsterdam, NY, a town that is a major character in my memoir, Off Kilter, and my novel, Where the Stork Flies, I now share an empty nest with my retired scientist husband in beautiful Bucks County, PA, where I teach memoir workshops for the Pearl Buck Writing Center. As a former journalist, I write about the connections we make by giving each other the time and space to be heard. My personal essays have been widely published in newspapers and literary journals, and I’ve been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.