Kasa Sauvou, was born in the Fiji Islands in the South Pacific and had worked for Telecommunications, and both local government and Federal. Kasa is also an inventor and she has been living in California and practicing art for 33 years. The painting of the white flowers in the blue jug on the cover of her book, was created by Kasa in 2019 for the occasion of her husband’s death. Her first successful nonfiction book was published in 2001.
Now, “LOVE ME FOREVER” is her first novel and like her paintings embodies her island experiences of vivid sensory impressions. Stylistically, she is known for her bold strokes and bright colors. Kasa’s subject matter focus on everyday life, and her style reveals the deeper symbolic meaning of these events. She is working on her second novel, “The Secretes of Karolina”, to be published in 2020.