Category Archive: Random Thoughts

Jan 31 2017

A Review of Succubus Called by Blair Barrett

Succubus Called by Blair Barrett

A review of what might be the beginning of a series with one of the characters being a succubus, but that’s not clear and not certain by any means. Regardless of that, there’s a certain delight in seeing a succubus character who cares about the other, respects their wishes and, more importantly, cares enough about …

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Jan 31 2017

A Review of Damned If He Does by Marcella Burnard

Damned If He Does by Marcella Burnard

I’ve said many times that story matters. To take characters from where they are to what they become is important and it makes the difference between a story and something more. Characters need to develop, to explore who they are, their feeling and more. Having that makes all else that comes along for the ride …

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Jan 29 2017

A Review of Incubus: A Visit From Hell by Marco Chambers

Incubus: A Visit From Hell by Marco Chambers

There are some stories that are aimless. By that I mean there’s a character, there’s a long telling about them and what they do, but it doesn’t really amount to much. Having a character seeking to discover themselves is one thing. Ending up in a sex scene that doesn’t go very far doesn’t make the …

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Jan 29 2017

A Review of Futanari Serves her Sorority by Jocelyn Saragona

Futanari Serves her Sorority by Jocelyn Saragona

It’s been a little while since there’s been something published in the Succubus in the Sorority series by Jocelyn Saragona. While the first two works in the series I found to be disappointing, and you can find those reviews here and here on the Tale, I had hopes for something better to come. With the third …

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Jan 28 2017

A lovely Succubus Art In Progress YouTube…

Succubus by AgnesIMG

There are some artworks of Succubus characters that offer something very unique. It isn’t that they are a Succubus, but rather it is their look, style and expression that does something special. It makes one think about who they are, what their story is, and more. I found such a work, which I adore and …

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Jan 27 2017

A Review of Hell In a Handbasket: Welcome to Hell – Volume 1 by Jason Hutchinson

Hell In a Handbasket: Welcome to Hell - Volume 1 by Jason Hutchinson

A review of the Welcome to Hell series by Jason Hutchinson today on the Tale. I’ve read the individual stories, but the author has released the series as a collection of the works so far, so I’ll be reviewing the series as a single work. I think, in all honesty, that it’s a better read as one …

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Jan 27 2017

A Review of Life Doesn’t Suck by Maria K

Life Doesn't Suck by Maria K

The appearance of succubi and incubi in some stories seems like a bit of a deus ex machina. They are there as a threat, a force to be opposed, hated and so on. There’s little time spent in telling about them, leaving them to be main cannon fodder for the moment when it arrives. That’s …

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