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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 Twisted Wishes: Deal with the Devil by Sasha Scott — April 25, 2017
  2. Hold onto Hope By TeraS — April 24, 2017
  3. A Review of the Lust’s Price series by Quixerotic — April 23, 2017
  4. A Review of Call of a Succubus by April Garrus — April 23, 2017
  5. A Succubus Pinup Speedpaint YouTube — April 22, 2017

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

Oct 06 2015

A Review of From Spark To Flame by Vicky Payne

From Spark To Flame by Vicky Payne

A review of the first work in the Incubus Dreaming series by Vicky Payne today on the Tale. It is a story about an Incubus, a human, and the odd things that happen when one cannot believe in oneself… on both sides. There are the things we see within ourselves that define who we are. If not …

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Oct 05 2015

3,000 Tales – The Book by TeraS

Today marks the 3,000th thought, idea, comment, or some other thing that I have posted on the Tale. I have, to be honest with myself, a lot of stories that are unfinished here on the Tale already, and, as well, there are a lot of unfinished stories that I have not placed here. There are …

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Oct 04 2015

A Review of Evil Lust by Darla Dunbar

Evil Lust by Darla Dunbar

If a story summary mentions a succubus, a reader would expect that a succubus appears in the work they are considering. Beyond that, if the succubus in the summary seems to be a focal point of the story, then one might expect her to speak, be described, and if nothing else, at least be there …

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Oct 04 2015

A Review of Muff Diving Massage by Katz O’Connor

Muff Diving Massage by Katz O'Connor

Sometimes I shake my head when I read the titles of some published works. The title is obviously meant to garner attention, to be titillating, to draw attention. Then, generally, the book summary is so far over the top to be almost laughably so. Sometimes all that does is reinforce that the work itself isn’t …

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Oct 04 2015

A Review of Jade, Cody, And The Two Succubi by Joyce Melbourne

Jade, Cody, And The Two Succubi by Joyce Melbourne

Sometimes the events in a story are confused. By that I mean it is somewhat unclear to understand who, or more often, what they are at a particular moment. Sometimes the title of a story confuses things further when the reader expects one thing because of the title and instead something different seems to be …

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Oct 03 2015

A comparison of Succubus colouring

Succubus by Rebecca Cablah

A YouTube today of an artist colouring another artist’s line art that I thought was interesting, and rather informative for me at least. What’s more interesting is that they also linked to the original colours and I think that comparison is something to ponder over… And if you cannot see the video here, please try …

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Oct 02 2015

Is Horseshoes and Hand Grenades the game of Lost Girl?

I think either I didn’t quite understand things correctly this week on Lost Girl, or my definition of one’s “inner justice” isn’t what the writers of this episode came up with. There is such a thing as one’s inner truth, the single most important thought that we hold, no matter what, and what it means …

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