R.H. Stavis’ first foray into the writing world began at the age of eighteen with the development of a screenplay with Sony Pictures called Honor’s Price. The story revolved around an undiscovered heroine during the Revolutionary War.
Shortly after, R.H.’s popularity expanded globally with the fictional work for one of the most popular video game characters of all time, Lara Croft. As a result of Tomb Raider’s success, R.H. has been interviewed by National Public Radio and has contributed an article entitled Writing in Your 20′s for Writer’s Digest.
Since that time, R.H. has worked on multiple novels, graphic novels, and video games, including Daniel’s Veil, Transformers: War for Cybertron, Tales from Moon Lake, and Something Monstrous.
She enjoys long walks on the beach, fruity drinks, zombies, and the apocalypse.
You can meet R.H. at multiple conventions throughout the year, including San Diego Comic-Con and Stan Lee’s Comikaze.
For more information, follow R.H. at http://twitter.com/rhstavis .