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I have talked about finishing my latest book 'Hades' in the previous post. But now I'm going to give you a small detail of how I decided to write this story. 

Well, normally my mind couldn't keep still, so it always wanders around looking for new story ideas. I have always been fascinated by the Greek mythology. It's full of wonders and surprising twists. Every tale has its own consequences. Like the story of Persephone being kidnapped to the Underworld and in turn caused the changes of the seasons. 

But one thing that I wish I could read more is powerful women. Athena and Artemis are two goddesses that I just so idolize (I mean who wouldn't want to run wild and free or just born invincible?), but they don't have any love life. Then I was like 'why don't I recreate the myth and add a new twist into it?" that's how the story Hades was born. But why Hades? That's also another question. We're all human beings who fear death but also intrigued by death itself. I guess I just feel like exploring the mysterious character like Hades more than the other Greek gods and goddesses. 

Anyway, enough of the rambling. Now if you want to check out the book, you can click on the image below. Hopefully, it will be available in printed form soon. So stay tuned! 


  1. I enjoy Hades even in the novella format. The read went pretty fast. I do want to know how the couple turns out in the long run. To me, I got a vibe that out of the 3 Gods, Hades would be a one-woman woman type, and not a womanizer...which your main characters tend to turn out to be in the end. What do you think?

  2. Thank you for your comment! I also did enjoy writing this little story. And well, that's an interesting input. I normally write my characters as they come to me. Hades in my book came to me as a lonely and impulsive goddess, but very sweet and loving on the inside, so there! lol


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