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TeraS

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Name: Tera S
Date registered: November 22, 2007
URL: http://www.succubus.net

Biography

The Queen of the Succubi

Latest posts

  1. A Review of Blood Immoral by Astrid Cooper — August 2, 2016
  2. Comfort Zones By TeraS — August 1, 2016
  3. A Review of Aaron Burr: Necromancer by Dou7g and Amanda Lash — July 31, 2016
  4. A Review of Lovably Dead by Lex Allen — July 31, 2016
  5. Another cute Succubus speedpainting YouTube — July 30, 2016

Most commented posts

  1. Desires 18 — 15 comments
  2. The Declaration of the Succubi by Legion — 13 comments
  3. The Fourth Taleversary… — 12 comments
  4. Chosen – Tera’s 2014 Birthday Manip — 12 comments
  5. Crossroads by TeraS — 11 comments

Author's posts listings

Aug 02 2016

A Review of Blood Immoral by Astrid Cooper

Blood Immoral by Astrid Cooper

There comes a point in a story where something is revealed about a character which matters. Whether that is their beliefs, expectations, or simply the humanity inside of themselves that they aren’t supposed to have, it matters. Telling that story, explaining not just they why but the what comes next matters. It’s very difficult to …

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Aug 01 2016

Comfort Zones By TeraS

I was exchanging emails with a dear friend of mine the other night. He shared a story with me, where a certain Queen of the Succubi made an appearance. Something he said struck me as interesting: “I always like how Tera helps her succubi move out of their comfort zones.” That made me ponder a …

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Jul 31 2016

A Review of Aaron Burr: Necromancer by Dou7g and Amanda Lash

Aaron Burr: Necromancer by Dou7g and Amanda Lash

A review of the sixth work in the Succubus Apprentice series today on the Tale. You can find my review of the first work here, the second work here, the third work can be found here and the fourth work was reviewed here, with the prior review in the series reviewed here. The thing about long series is that the …

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Jul 31 2016

A Review of Lovably Dead by Lex Allen

Lovably Dead by Lex Allen

The thing about anthologies is that they are, as a whole, somewhat uneven at times. That’s especially true when there isn’t quite a theme in the collection so much as there are a series of ideas. It’s a bit of a shame when the ideas are quite good and offer a lot of promise for …

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Jul 30 2016

Another cute Succubus speedpainting YouTube

Succubus by Michele Van Frey

Just a cute bit of Succubus art being coloured in a YouTube speedpaint video today on the Tale. I think she’s just cute and cute is always a good thing really…   If you can’t see the video here on the Tale, please try this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDuQZD3vrnE And, as always, an image of the finished …

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Jul 29 2016

A Review of Unholy Passion: Summoning gone wrong – who’s Master now? by Bronson Shover

Unholy Passion: Summoning gone wrong - who's Master now? by Bronson Shover

Sometimes I look at the title of a book and one thing comes to mind. What exactly was the author thinking when they came up with a title that’s about as long as the first chapter in the story? I’ll admit that’s a bit of an exaggeration, but honestly the work I will be reviewing …

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Jul 29 2016

A Review of Nocturne by Megan J. Parker

Nocturne by Megan J. Parker

There is such a thing as history in characters. There’s meaning to who they are now, who they were, and, with some luck, who they would be eventually. Telling the history of a character is important because without understanding that, what happens to them can be, at time, confusing. Hinting at the past in a …

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