Sabria Harve was born on the small West Indian Island of Montserrat. She spent a year there before her mother Frances Harve, decided it was time to move back to her home town in Roseau, Commonwealth of Dominica where she could enjoy raising little Sabria, with the support of her huge and loving extended family. During her stay in Dominica, Sabria had been made to visit Montserrat regularly; she treasured her visits there and spoke fondly of it on return to Dominica. This encouraged her mother to settle there, a second time.
The two islands are very different by nature. Montserrat was then very famous for its resources of cotton and Dominica has always been known for its many rivers and unspoilt beauty. Dominica is a very peculiar place and growing up there, especially in one of its many country areas; meant that Sabria was aware of the superstitious folk tales and the secrets lurking there. She enjoyed Montserrat differently because it was less mystical and more friend and school oriented. Her life between these two islands shaped her imagination and inspired her to produce the stories that she shares through her book, ‘WEST INDIAN SUPERSTITIONS ARE WITH YOU!'
Sabria Harve is currently a student at Kingston University, London where she studies as a Student Nurse. Her hopes of one day returning to Montserrat are still alive. Yet, it appears impossible due to the volcanic crisis the country presently suffers.