Sara M. Harvey made her fiction debut in 2006 with the romantic urban fantasy A Year and a Day. Sara's love of Steampunk pushed her towards writing within that genre with her Blood of Angels novella series from Apex Publishing: The Convent of the Pure, The Labyrinth of the Dead, and The Tower of the Forgotten. They can be described as paranormal Victorian Age romances with lesbian protagonists set in a Steampunk environment. Harvey's showcase of her unique style of genre-crossing work has been described by Jacqueline Carey as 'a compelling blend of the numinous and the creepy'. Her most recent publication is Seven Times a Woman, a romantic fantasy set in mythic Japan out from New Babel Books and she just finished Music City, an urban fantasy about Nashville. Sara lives in Nashville where she teaches costume and art history and has too many dogs.