A girl: I imagined being a writer and a mom. A writer of stories that explored our reasons and a mom of dirty, happy, barefoot kids who played outside and made up songs. A sister: I am the oldest of eight. My mom adopted six of my siblings, sharing the intense love she has for children; especially abused and challenged children. I have not always been proud of the sister I was, but I have always been actively learning to love with a different yet equally powerful intensity as my mom. A writer & mom: I am now that writer I imaged. Also, I'm the delighted mom of four happily singing grown sons. An Advocate: My sons and siblings have given my love and my writing more meaning.
Tsara is the oldest of eight children who were raised with creativity and love by international mental health expert, Lynette Louise aka THE BRAIN BROAD. As the sister, mom and daughter of autism she writes candidly about the many fantastic lessons being surrounded by difference challenged her to discover. Her writing and her insights are emotive! — Tsara
Tsara Shelton's is not just another blah, blah, blah, blog. She is a true writer and purposeful storyteller who encourages her readers to be purposeful also in our own tellings of our own lives' stories, and-- with her-- to do what we can to make our world a better, more inclusive place for all of us. — Rachel