23. Quiet. Chocolate fanatic. Lover of tea. R.S. Rain emigrated from Guyana to New York at the age of 11 and realized her talent for writing in the fifth grade. Even though her English teacher didn't believe she'd written her first story ever for an assignment, she went on to write her first novel in the sixth grade.
It wasn't until Middle School that Rain found poetry, one of the many loves in her life. Ever since she read a novel written in poetry format, that was it for her. She could no longer write any stories no matter how hard she tired, as they all came out as poetry in her perspective.
In High School, she was introduced to playwright and that also clicked with her. (Her first play is currently being turned into a multi-series novel.)
After graduating, Rain moved on to attend college to study Creative Writing, but it all took a turn for worse when she reluctantly withdrew from all her classes during her sophomore year. Around 3 and a half years later, Rain found out she not only have P.C.O.S but also Scoliosis and Chronic anemia. Things began to make sense once again for Rain. The symptoms have all been overlapping throughout her life, causing pain and distress; along with depression and anxiety. Her only solace was writing. It's what got her through it all and she is determine to share her experiences for others to know and feel that they are not alone!