Born in Manhattan, Olivia Rigal spent her youth going back and forth between the United States and France.
She lived and studied in both countries. While studying she kept herself busy with a variety of jobs.
She worked in the Clignancourt Flea Market as well as in a Parisian recording studio.
In Manhattan, she was a dog groomer and an administrative assistant in a famous English auction house.
Olivia settled in France to raise her family. She travelled throughout South East Asia and has a special fondness for Laos and Thailand.
She hopes to give up her legal practice and run away to write in her Florida home next to MacArthur Beach State Park.
In 2013 she started publishing short novels in English as an indie and is now translated in French, German, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese.
Most of the stories she tells stand alone. However her characters often meet so you can run into them again and again in other books.
She loves to chat with readers and you can find her online at the links below.