Category Archive: Novels and Books

Nov 13 2016

A Review of Soul Touch by Paige Coal

Soul Touch by Paige Coal

A review of a new series that started this month called Soulful Succubus this time on the Tale. There’s quite a lot to like about this opening work in the series as a whole. The main character has a mystery about them, there’s a undercurrent of a succubi/incubi society as well. The main character might …

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Nov 08 2016

A Review of Wild Seeds by Syn Root

Wild Seeds by Syn Root

A review of a new series that started recently that I think has quite a lot going for it this time on the Tale. A world that’s rich in mythos, a plot that offers mystery and a main character who has possibly one of the most “smart ass” personalities that I’ve seen in quite some …

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Nov 08 2016

A Review of The Half-Succubus Gal Julie Direct: The Second Circle Summoner by Heidi Fisk

The Half-Succubus Gal Julie Direct: The Second Circle Summoner by Heidi Fisk

There are quite a number of short stories about succubi that appear now which can be either something really good, or something not so much so. Much of the difference comes from the writing, the dialogue and the characters. But the singular point that matters most is some kind of effort made to edit the …

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Nov 06 2016

A Review of My Incubus by Jack Stroker

My Incubus by Jack Stroker

One of the things that a story needs is emotion. Whether that is in the characters, the events that unfold, or something else, without the emotional connection a promising story can become much like reading a cookbook. All of the ingredients are there, but you can’t eat the pictures on the page to know what …

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Nov 06 2016

A Review of Making The Incubus by Benedict Palantine

Making The Incubus by Benedict Palantine

There is a difference between telling a story and simply describing it. Focusing on action rather than plot or experience rather than developing the characters can be an issue. Beyond that, telling the story in a series of long, never ending pages without a break, or paragraph for that matter, strains one’s ability to comprehend …

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Nov 04 2016

A Review of Passion’s Price by Alana Church

Passion's Price by Alana Church

I’ve been captivated by The Succubus series by Alana Church from the beginning. I’ve loved each character, the love, the story, it’s been, in many ways, speaking to many of my personal beliefs about succubi. Today a review of the eighth work in the series, possibly the last, but, there is always hope isn’t there? …

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Nov 04 2016

A Review of Jasmine’s Incubus by Dixie Richards

Jasmine's Incubus by Dixie Richards

The telling of a story matters. Editing out the flaws, making the dialogue sing makes a real difference. Clunky prose leads to taking away heat when it is needed, power when it must be. The point of writing is to express oneself, but if one can’t find the means, then one needs to revise and …

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