Q&A With Children’s Author D.G. Driver

Shana Gorian has DG Driver as her guest today, telling us a bit more about her latest book which is about an eleven year old girl who battles to accept that her brother who is autistic is different. I’m sure you’ll like this read very much!

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Please welcome award-winning author D.G. Driver to the Reading Room today. With a successful Young Adult series already under her belt, she has moved on to exploring Middle Grade fiction. Her recently published MG book, No One Needed to Know, is a story focusing on the heartwrenching challenges faced by an eleven-year-old girl whose older brother battles autism.

Q. Greetings D.G.! Please tell us a little bit about yourself and your books. 

A. Hello and thanks for having me! I’ve been writing and publishing for about 22 years and have been a member of SCBWI since 1999. I was a theater major and originally wrote as a pastime. When a local children’s theater hired me to write a children’s play for them, I got hooked and started seriously pursuing writing as a career.

I began writing as D.G. Driver in 2014 with the publication of my first YA novel Cry…

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