Harlow C. Fallon grew up in a home where reading was always encouraged. With an artist father and a librarian mother, Harlow's love of literature and art flourished. She cut her teeth on The Wizard of Oz and Peter Pan, and later fed her imagination a steady diet of Edgar Allan Poe, John Wyndham, Ray Bradbury and Frank Herbert.
Today, she channels her energies into writing, fueled by the curiosities of the world and the mysteries of the universe. Science fiction and fantasy are her genres of choice.
Harlow and her husband have five grown children, and have made Michigan their home for the past seventeen years.