My Official Bio
Rahul Gandhi is the author of two historical non-fiction accounts detailing the history of the British monarchy and Adolf Hitler. He has been writing for four years.
In 2014, Rahul spoke about the witch-hunts of the early modern period that influenced the feminist movement. This was at the Young Historian’s Conference. For this, he was placed first in the preliminary round and fourth in the final round.
In 2016, Rahul became an Allan Gray Scholar after completing high school. Since then, Rahul has pursued the achievement of various courses on biology and history on Coursera.org while becoming a tutor to high school students in Johannesburg, South Africa. Rahul continues to write amidst other obligations. He aspires to be a medical doctor after study at the University of Witwatersrand.
But, Who is Rahul Gandhi?
I am the little-known self-published author of two non-fictional histories. I like to call myself a self-published author as I manage almost every aspect of my ‘business’. Recently, I have taken my focus of my non-fictional writings – unpublishing them – and instead focusing my time and efforts into the conception and creation of The Monk’s Curse Series (the first book of which is on its way) and Another Brick in the Wall. I have tried to incorporate aspects of what I find fascinating in both works.
Apart from writing and self-publishing, I tutor students in my hometown – Johannesburg in South Africa – and am studying at Medicine at Wits University.
This site is the home of my literary journey – my books and other published works, books I have read or will read, and my visits to fascinating places like Strand Book Store in Manhattan. Here, you will also find my creative playground – The Sandbox – where I play around with my ideas and inspirations, channeling my muse, history, and conspiracies into my novels. Subscribers of my newsletter will have exclusive access to this literary playground.
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