About Corinne

Corinne at the book launch for Arriving. (Courtesy: Glenn Cook)

Corinne Jeffery was born in a farmhouse in Duff, Saskatchewan in 1945, and raised in Manitoba from the age of five. A graduate of the Brandon General Hospital School of Nursing with a Bachelor of  Nursing from the University of Manitoba, she is a former educator with Grant MacEwan College in Edmonton. After many years in Winnipeg, she moved to St. Albert, Alberta, where she has been a longtime resident with her husband and family.

Corinne has always been a writer at heart and finally put pen to paper for her first works of fiction, the Understanding Ursula trilogy. Arriving: 1909–1919 is her first novel.