Category Archive: Random Thoughts

Jul 29 2014

A Review of the Ari Lasher series by Sarina Asheford

Derek - An Ari Lasher Story by Sarina Asheford

It is common for many Succubi to be written as having no hope, no will to try to be more than they are. It seems like the idea of a Succubus begin more, having a little bit of joy in their lives is something that they cannot have. But what if they can be, even …

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Jul 27 2014

A Review of The Demon of the Night by John Dylena and Lana Hart

The Demon of the Night by John Dylena and Lana Hart

The question of one’s origin, of who someone is matters. When it is of a character whom you love, care about, and most of all, respect, that origin means a lot more than some might expect. One of my favourite authors, John Dylena, has written with Lana Hart, a story that connects to the Raethiana series, …

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Jul 26 2014

An interesting Succubus 3D model…

Succubus Model by Jangho bae

I found a video on Vimeo recently with a Succubus character that I thought was well done and interesting in a lot of ways… And if you cannot see it on the Tale, try this link: And, of course, a still from the video in case it vanishes… There is quite a lot I …

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Jul 25 2014

A Review of The Missing Sacrifice by Glenn Scrimshaw

The Missing Sacrifice by Glenn Scrimshaw

It’s something that does, occasionally, bother me when Succubi appear, quite literally for two paragraphs in a story, then aren’t part of the story again, but the summary of the book uses them as a hook for readers to consider buying it. So, in this case, yes, there is the barest hint of Succubi in …

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Jul 23 2014

Where’s the inferno in this costume anyway?

Inferno Costume

Inferno is a word that, for obvious reasons, is connected with Succubi on occasion. As well, having that word connected to a costume would make me expect something as well… But does this costume have it? This is called the Inferno Costume, and it comes with the halter dress and skirt, horns and the pitchfork the model …

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Jul 22 2014

A Review of The Succubus Inside by D.E. Garlow

The Succubus Inside by D.E. Garlow

Generally speaking Succubi and Incubi are not seen to possess others. They are their own beings and as such have their own voice. I came across an interesting story which changes what they are… slightly… and has a couple possessed by a joined Succubus and Incubus pair. It’s quite an interesting mix of the traditional …

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Jul 20 2014

A Review of The Becoming by C. Harrison-Lane

The Becoming by C. Harrison-Lane

What are dreams made of is a question that haunts everyone at some point in their lives. When that question includes Incubi, three Incubi, and each of them is a reflection of one’s own hidden desires… Then the dreams are something more. They uncover truths never quite seen or understood and in that you can …

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