Born and raised in Austria, Inge H. Borg completed her language studies in London and Paris. Continuing her study of French, she worked at the French Embassy in Moscow.
After Ms. Borg was transferred to the States, she worked on both coasts, and after several years of living in San Diego, she became a US citizen.
Inge H. Borg now lives in a diversified lake community in Arkansas, where she continues to write fiction. Her poetry has been published in over twenty anthologies and was chosen for professionally recorded readings. Her hobbies include world literature, opera, sailing and, of course, devising new plots for future novels.
Khamsin, The Devil Wind of The Nile--
Selected as an Editor's Choice -Historical Novels Review-August 2012.
"Borg's narrative structure is as supple as it is strong; this is a big book in every way (except in your luggage: it's a well-designed e-book), sprawling, ambitious, and marvelously executed. It's enthusiastically recommended."
Follow Inge's two blogs for background information, updates and general musings:
Pasha and his shelter buddies: http://ingehborg.blogspot.com/
Historical and her other Fiction: http://devilwinds.blogspot.com/