About Sara Pyszka

Sara Pyszka is an author and public speaker who has dedicated her life to raising awareness of cerebral palsy. Born without the ability to walk, talk, or use her hands, she wishes to share her experiences and raise awareness through her writing.

Pyszka graduated from Wright State University with a degree in rehabilitation services. She has attended Notes from the Heart music camp in Pennsylvania and written original songs with Lucas Richman, the head conductor for the Knoxville Symphony. Pyszka also became the first person to sing using an augmentative communication device at two Major League Baseball games.

Having written since she was a teenager, Pyszka recently published her first novel, Dancing Daisies.

Sara Pyszka’s Books

Dancing Daisies

Brynn Evason is, in many ways, just like an ordinary seventeen-year-old girl—she cares too much about what other people think of her, she’s embroiled in major friendship drama, and she can’t wait to head off to summer camp. But in Sara Pyszka’s heartwarming coming-of-age drama, Dancing Daisies, readers learn that Brynn is different in one… [Read More]

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