Before she began writing books, Sigal Ben-Artzi was a senior editor in Israeli written media. Her CV includes writing computer sections in teen magazines, establishing Israel’s first computer game journal, editing a leading computer periodical, and editing the weekend magazine of a general newspaper.
She started off in education, and for a decade taught in high schools and teacher training colleges.
She gained fame from her master’s thesis when she developed, for the first time ever, a program to help minimize math anxiety. Her software has constituted the base for many mathematics-teaching programs developed since then.
In later years, she established a leading education portal, which is active to this day.
She has accumulated extensive academic education, including a double degree leading to a PhD in computers and education and future research.
The vacancy that COVID-19 brought into her life prompted her to put aside her academic studies in favor of writing modern thrillers.
Sigal is married, a mother of three, and a proud grandmother of four.