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I do not remember when was the first day or date when I started writing. I just know it was a long time ago. I do not think I had a personal computer. I used to write with pen and paper during breaks as I continued to do my medical degree. However, I do remember one thing. I used to read books, and then tell those stories to my friends in the evening. I also use to make up stories and share them with my friends. It was a form of entertainment and it kept us sane in the high stressed environment of ‘being the first’ or ‘being the best’ race. It was very common in my class (or even now) in India to be judged by your mark sheet and I never ‘levelled’ up to it because could not recite word to word as per text book. I understood every concept taught during the class and preferred to write in my own words. But that is not what the teachers wanted. So, you could say I was an average kid. I didn’t care. 

There was another sin I constantly committed – I read fiction, crime fiction. It was considered a waste of time by many people (sorry to say – including my father). Trust me there were families out there who did and still do encourage their kids to read. It was just the environment I was in. My classmates couldn’t believe I read so much. Again, I cared little because reading was opening my eyes to a different vibrant world. 

The truth is, I never wanted to be the first, or the best in my class. I just wanted to be me. To fit in. To care. To love. To be happy. To be independent. To see this wonderful world. Like any other human being (I think). And you know what – I have been a happy kid all my life! 

Now back to writing – I distantly remember, one story coming to me in a dream. I was so excited that I shared it with a close friend and this was the first time someone said to me – “You should write this one.” 


The idea of writing a book might have occurred to me, but someone else saying it meant something different. I believe that comment encouraged me write my first book (Black Moon). After that, I wrote several with pen and paper. I think it was in the early 90’s that our family got a computer. I used to hide the fact from my family that I wrote and it was not until I could buy my own computer did my stories turn digital. Why didn’t I tell my family? I thought no one would care. Even today, they are not very much interested in my writing but they never discourage me. They are always supportive. 

Back to the 90’s. Once I got a personal computer, I remember transferring my books from paper to computer. I do not know how I squeezed out the time for it, but I did! I finished my medical degree; I got a part time job. Although I wrote – I never sent any of my books to anyone but did try my hand on self-publishing (vanity press). Black Moon was first published in 2003, with absolutely no sales. Again, I didn’t care. I just wanted to see what happened. And I moved on, and wrote Calculated Murder (then called Curious Case of Mr. Moss) and Haunted (previous name even I cannot remember). There are multiple books still in my hard drive that I haven’t looked at for several years. 

I wouldn’t have taken any action, but after my father passed away, something drove me to create better books and that lead to the launch and publication of Haunted. I republished Black Moon in 2020 and since then it has been selling successfully. 

The moral of the story is – you will never fit in anyone’s frame.  If I tried to give up on rewriting concepts in my own words, and recited like other students to gain more marks – who knows I might have lost my creative edge. Or I may have not. I do not know and I do not want to know! Since I have taken publishing seriously, several times I have thought – I should have done this early. But you know when the time the right, it is right and it is never too late. 

Hope you have a great day – and Black Moon is for FREE world wide. So, pick up your copy from any Amazon marketplace before 8th March 2022.

Poseidon (Realm book 2) – Blogging about books!

After the Fall, all is left is blood and revenge.

The destruction of the perimeter, and the vanishing of Titan and Prometheus has left the Realm open to invaders. With a skeleton fleet guarding the outer rims of the solar system, all hopes of defeating the Orias queen have diminished. Now it’s about survival. But in a corner of cold dark space, hope lingers. Read more

I am sharing a review from one of my readers, I hope you enjoy it. Please like the post and support! Thanks!

Poseidon is the second installment in the Realm series by the magnificent HG Ahedi. I love sci-fi so dang much, and books like this just scratch all the right places in my brain. They make me giddy and nostalgic for the times when Star Trek and Doctor Who used to just play in the background of our house. My birth-dad was obsessed with these shows, and it kind of bled into my brain. Continue Reading – Amy’s review

Turn Difficult Situations Into Lessons to Empower Yourself

Hey folks!

Today, like most of Sundays, I was listening to the podcasts. I came across an old episode of the #selfpublishing show hosted by Mark Dawson and James Blanch. Fantastic folks! This episode featured author, editor, coach, and podcaster Hilary Jastram. This very prolific author who not only writes books but also helps other author develop their own work. She really inspired me. She suffers from an untreatable disease which limits her ability to the use of her legs, and yet she is the most jolly, enthusiastic and positive person. I am clearly surprised and delighted. I am currently myself facing some challenges and listening to her story and how she turns her challenges into a way to pave a way to make a better life for herself. This podcast is not only for authors, I believe, it will help anyone who is trying finding their path.

I really like how she spoke about how to get out of your own way. Many times our own thoughts block our path (rather than other people) and I believe Hilary gives excellent points.

You should check this one out!

Hi there!

Hey all,
First of all, thank you all for being a part of my journey! It has been really exciting to have you along. I first published Haunted in 2019, and since then I have tried to maintain this newsletter just to keep my fans updated about my books. I also share information about other books I might like and recommend a few now and then.
Sorry about not being in touch for a while. I have been busy getting my next book Poseidon out. As you know I not only write thrillers, but also science fiction. Poseidon is the second part of the amazon bestseller Fall of Titan (Realm book 1). Without your support I would not have gotten this far, so thank you very much!
On a personal note – Finally with some of the restriction lifted out I got the chance to travel. Although I didn’t travel far off, I did make it to Woy Woy! A great place (especially on a summer day). Took some nice photographs and caught up with my reading. If you are in NSW or plan to come to Australia – this is one spot you should not miss! It was a great break and I’ll stay in touch with you all my readers! 

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Grateful you have you guys. I will stay in touch and lets hope for a great 2021. 
Thank you for your support and being a part of my journey. 

You can check out which books I am reading and have recently reviewed at Goodreads! 

H.G Ahedi 
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Reviews & Thoughts: Lost (Book 2 Idyllic Series)

Caged, the first book in the series had left me wanting more and the second book delivers brilliantly. On the run after killing Null, Eden and Linux find themselves in unknown world – green, beautiful and savage. Hungry and looking for shelter they stumble upon a secret human colony. Unfortunately for them the artificial’s and Eden’s nemesis is not far behind.ged, the first book in the series had left me wanting more and the second book delivers brilliantly.On the run after killing Null, Eden and Linux find themselves in unknown world – green, beautiful and savage. Hungry and looking for shelter they stumble upon a secret human colony. Unfortunately for them the artificial’s and Eden’s nemesis is not far behind.

The most captivating factors in the book are the characters. I love how Eden evolves, changes and struggles with what has been done to her. What she has become. She doesn’t know the extent of her abilities and discovers them slowly. Linux on the other hand becomes bold, takes charge and most of all the chemistry between these two characters is amazing!

The new characters are quiet interesting and it takes a lot of talent to develop them so beautifully. Poppy is a lovely understanding medic who is invaluable due to her talents. Echo is the geek and Kit is the muscle and both are adorable in their own ways.

The second thing I thought was great the way the author describes the tech. It’s novel, gripping and has been described so well. The writer gives you enough details (but doesn’t bore u to death) and leaves the rest to your imagination. I especially like the way the idyllic interpret emotions.

The third thing is the plot. It’s so realistic. The world setting, the descriptions, and the environment. In a world that is lost and dominated by machine everyone is expendable. Even a powerful idyllic. Food and resources are scarce and people do anything to survive. And some lives are preferred over others.

All through the book you find yourself on the edge wanting to know what would happen next. You root for the characters, and just when you think you know how it would end, you find out you were wrong!

I absolutely loved this book!

Fall of Titan – Blogging about books!

Fall of Titan, is the first book in the Realm Saga. It is also the first science fiction fantasy I wrote. Fortunately it has been one of the favorite books, and it has received a lot of love from its readers.


Emmeline Augury, a cadet of astrophysics, believes she has unraveled the key to the mysteries of the universe. A mythical device of immense power that can neutralize the Orias and take humanity to the next level of space exploration.

But her claims are based on a myth, not on science, and winning the interstellar war is imperative. Everyone, including Argon, wants her to help. However, Emmeline defies rules and logic, and follows the clues left by her ancestors to discover plaque, the key to unlocking doors to the seven realms and unearths a part of the mythical device. Before she can celebrate, tragedy strikes hard. She is charged for conspiracy and second degree murder and thrown behind bars by her own people. 

What began as a scientific adventure turns into a manhunt when a fleet of Orias attack Titan and the Queen threatens to slaughter everyone unless she gets the device. Emmeline must make a choice, save Titan or the mythical device. The choice is made, and it will transform her life forever! 

Need more! Check out Fall of Titan’s review by Amy Johnson!

Review & Thoughts: The Hundredth Floor

A brilliant book. 

Kyle is a young man who is not haunted by his past but also struggles everyday due to his injuries. He is not having the time of his life like the other students and is often bashed and beaten by bullies. One day he and his bully are forced by the principal to join a race to the hundredth floor. Reluctantly he goes, but to his surprise not only he makes a new friend Marian but also meets a bad ass girl. 

Once the race begins all hell breaks loose. There is excitement and danger at every turn, and Kyle and Marian not only battle the ghost that haunts this hotel but also their own fear. 

Young and adult horror fans will definitely enjoy this one!

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Reviews & Thoughts: She Named Me Wolf

Everyone makes their own choice

This story touches a lot of truth and takes you on a journey on how ur choices define your life.
Wolf is a lovely boy who has special friends. He can speak with dogs, birds, ants and most of all Polly – a ghost.

Wolf is mistreated and beaten by his father. Unfortunately, there is no one to help him. While his elder brother is a useless and his mother spends most of her life hoping that his father would improve.
As he grows Wolf becomes weary – thinks of running away and even at a point decides to end it all.

The story is emotional, it will make you cry, and at the same time spring your imagination. But it tells you ultimately its your choice. If you are in a bad situation … It’s up to you to remove yourself, fight back and make a change. You can either be the victim or you can take charge. It reminds you a bully/abusive/manipulative person will not change… It is you who must.

The author beautifully outlines several imaginative elements with larger than life characters. I highly recommend this one!

The lure of perfection

If you look at human history, we have been obsessed with perfection. We want the perfect job, perfect wife, perfect book, perfect car, perfect family and friends. The truth is there is no perfection. When we attain something, we are soon bored of it and then seek to do something else.

Is everyone with me?

Same goes for writers, we want to prefect our books. Just like everyone else, I didn’t publish my books because I never thought they were going to be good enough. Honestly I began writing as a hobby. Just for the fun of it, but as years passed I wrote a book called Haunted. Now, this in my view was one of the best plots I had come up with and I worked so hard to make it perfect. Being my first ‘good’ book in my view, I gave it all. I rewrote it seventeen times, I showed and shared it with several of my friends taking their opinions. I got it edited over and over again. Although this was good, it was very bad as well because I didn’t have faith in my own writing. I had to be a writer, so I had to make a decision to include or not to include everyone’s suggestions, but I was naive and I wanted everyone to like my book. To make it perfect.

So, I integrated all the suggestions and completed the book which was about 110 k long. To big for a crime thriller. I was still not satisfied thinking that it was not perfect. So then sent it for a manuscript assessment. Now this was done by a author and editor. Both of them gave it a lot of praise but in their view it had too many action scenes. Too much this. Too much that. And honestly, I was fed up. it had been four years since I had been working on Haunted, and now it was time for it to go. Now it had to go.

There were somethings I did agree with people. one the action scenes were too long. So, I cut them down and made them exciting but not too long. Then there were aspects in the book which didn’t added much to the plot and slowed the book down, I identified them and deleted them. This resulted in a shorter better book. I sent it off to the editor who gave it the final polish.

Haunted was released on the 4th of Nov 2019. Although it was been over an year, I still receive messages from people letting me know about small mistakes. But now it doesn’t bother me. I thank them, correct the mistake if necessary and move on. I know, I have done my best by this book and in my view its done good.

Are you curious about how Haunted is doing?


“This story grabs the reader from the start and never lets go! The process of solving this complicated plot by Cranston, the detective, and the medical examiner takes dark turns–so much so, that the story brushes the edges of the paranormal, but does not take that plunge. Rather, this is a thrilling mystery that is certain to please any fan of the genre!”

“I enjoyed reading this book and couldn’t put it down. The author did an excellent job writing this story and making the characters come to life in this dark, twisted story! The story takes place in New York and in Egypt where the reader is taken on an investigative journey of discovering truth hidden beneath dark lies. A must read!”

“Haunted is a thriller that left me literally the edge of my seat, turning each page in anticipation and craving more. The author leaves no detail left undone and for the first part I felt like I was in a real life game of Clue, trying to figure out who dunnit. Haunted takes its time in the beginning to set up the rich array of well crafted characters before taking us deep into a cerebral space that invokes the supernatural, but is it reality? This is where the world the author creates starts to get more interesting for me, and as an avid reader of supernatural and horror genres, I was loving the interweaving and plot twists the author takes us on. For me, it had the classic film noir tone to it, even though it takes place in the present day. It is a magical mystery of the unknown and a must read.”

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