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Dec 18 2009

A cute Succubus Book Trailer…

The thing that I find interesting about books and novels, and not only those about Succubi, is that there are trailers for them appearing on the net…

Not exactly movie-quality trailers, but they have there moments…

Some are a lot better than others…

This one is for the upcoming release of the novel Gentlemen Prefer Succubi by Jill Myers…

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0qJwrGdYduk

And in case the embedding doesn’t work…

I’ve read some nice advance previews of her novel, and I think that it will be an interesting read when it is released at the end of this month… Her second book will hit the stores in February 2010 as well…

The one thing that bugs me a little is that, from the previews, trailers, and other sources is that it would seem as if vampires and Succubi are getting mashed up in this novel…

Which is, as I have said before, somewhat of a pet peeve to me…

Still, I want to read this when it’s available, and I’ll review it as well…

Fingers crossed…

Tera

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  1. avatar
    James

    I noticed the unfortunate nixing of legends, too, Majesty. I hope you find the book to be more fun than that.

  2. avatar
    TeraS

    We can hope my heart…

    I really do…

    Tera

  3. avatar
    unseen_unheard

    I watched the trailer. It was cute and had an interesting story and it grabbed my attention. I was ready to write down the name and author when…

    Look, I understand the book is aimed at women. And I’m sure the publisher has this fully categorized as “chick lit”. But there is no way on earth a book with Millennial Fabio on the cover will ever make it into my home.

  4. avatar
    TeraS

    *noddles*

    It is a bit of a killer honestly I admit… I think that it’s there for eye-candy for women which is a bit of a shame because I think her writing stands up well on it’s own from what I have seen of it…

    Tera

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