Born in Montreal, Quebec, Inger and her family immigrated to the United States in the early 1960’s. Growing up in the quiet suburban town of Ramsey, New Jersey, she attended Ramsey High School, where she developed her love for both writing and art. As an art major at William Paterson University, she eventually earned her Masters in Visual Arts, with concentrations in English and Education.
Inger returned to her love of writing after her children headed to college. Essays became short stories, and the short stories eventually evolved into her first novel, The Final Canoe Ride, where the reader first meets Meg, a woman in her late forties who is struggling with an unexpected onset of breast cancer. Through dreams and flashbacks, Meg’s back story is developed, a story that is to be explored again throughout the other novels.
Inger is married and living in Northern Westchester County. She is the mother of three amazing adult children and two wonderful daughters-in-law! Inger and her husband Nick love travel, especially to Europe, Florida and to their little cottage on the Georgian Bay, in Ontario, Canada.