Diana Gosciminski, was born in London in the early 1960s, the only child of Polish and German parents. She spent most of her youth with imaginary siblings, creating their stories and identities. Her alter ego, D.G. Turner, was born in a pub in the late 1980s as part of her radio personality and her writing. While she cannot remember exactly when she caught the writing bug, she knows she’s been writing at least since then, with several novels just waiting for the right moment to see the light of day. She lives in Kent with her partner and her daughter, continuing as a radio personality and continuing to write. Her debut novel, Brothers, will be released in October of 2010.