Radzi Sapiee's full name is Mohd. Fahrulradzi bin Mohamad Sapiee. Born on 26th November 1970 during the night of 27th Ramadhan, he has a Bsc. in Mathematics from the University College of London. He served as a journalist in the major Malaysian English daily The New Straits Times. He soon left to become a full-time independent writer, producing a Malay novel trilogy called "Berpetualang ke Aceh" talking about the meaning of being a Malay, the true legitimate function of royalty and how the Ahlul Bait, descendants of Rasulullah SAW were very instrumental in bringing true Islam to the Malay world and beyond.
Radzi's fascination with these subjects might be due to the fact that he comes from the Laksamana Raja Mahkota family, the Perak nobles who actually have Acehnese, Buginese and Perak-Melaka royal blood. He has also written a hard-cover coffee-table book called "Rumah Azan" which features mosques and related histories.