R.R. Virdi (born February 9, 1990) is an American author best known for his urban fantasy series The Grave Report. He is also the author of The Books of Winter series.
Virdi was born in Arlington, Virginia, in 1990. He is the oldest of three children, having two younger sisters. He began writing at the age of 18, first publishing at the age of 23. Virdi has written two series both of which are ongoing, The Grave Report, and, The Books of Winter. He has contributed several short stories for charity anthologies.
In 2015 his first novel, Grave Beginnings, won A Drop of Ink Reviews’ Best Book of 2015 award. The following year, 2016, his novel, Grave Measures, was a finalist in the inaugural DragonCon Dragon Awards under the Best Fantasy (Paranormal) category alongside authors, Jim Butcher, Larry Correia, N.K. Jemisin, James Osiris Baldwin, and Dave Freer.
He is an avid fan of all things science fiction, fantasy, american muscle cars, video games and obsessively—hopelessly in love with the urban fantasy genre. He currently resides in Falls Church, Virginia, where he spends his days chasing after his German Shepard, Oreo, tinkering on cars, and building/modifying gaming computers all so he can get further lost in the wonderful world of Skyrim. And of course, there are those rare moment in which he writes.