Category Archive: Succubi

Jul 02 2015

Succubi Image of the Week 389

Devil by pandakim

Some cute and wonderful Succubi art today on the Tale… Another of the fun Succubi that I adore in their personality, poise, and expression… All good things for those with tails and horns… The art is simply called Devil and is by pandakim on DeviantArt. You can find the original page here and this artist’s …

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Jul 01 2015

The Realm’s Canada Day is here once more…

Canada Day has arrived in the Realm, and as such it is the tradition that our Poet Laureate gives another verse in the wonderful version of O Canada that he has been generously creating each July 1st… And so, with no further delay…   O Canada! No Realm, but one nice land! True patriot love …

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Jun 30 2015

A Review of A Harvester of Souls by R. N. Fontenot

A Harvester of Souls by R. N. Fontenot

Some stories are filled with sadness. It becomes the core of the story and cloaks all else in the darkness that comes with that sadness. The question of how one deals with loss, despair, and in the end, the sense that nothing is worth anything any longer is a difficult story to tell. Love, it …

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Jun 30 2015

A Review of Shadow by Darque Maven

Shadow by Darque Maven

The opening work in what was supposed to be an ongoing series with an incubus as one of the characters this time for review. Sadly, as of this review, the second work has not appeared, the questions remain and the heat still simmers. It is a shame really because the beginning looks to have quite …

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Jun 29 2015

A Day Off By TeraS

To my amazement … I have a cold. Being that it is, technically, supposed to be summer here, that really shouldn’t be happening. Still, I am sniffling and, overall, I don’t feel all that well. I might even have to take …   A Day Off By TeraS   One of the constants in the …

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Jun 28 2015

A Review of Succubus by Miss Irene Clearmont

Succubus by Miss Irene Clearmont

There are very few novels which have history at their core. It is the telling of that history, not just in the characters, but the world itself, that is what separates them from all else. To be able to weave a story within which there is something special, something unique, that is a gift, a …

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Jun 28 2015

A Review of A Violent Seduction by Kiki Howell

A Violent Seduction by Kiki Howell

When a story is written, there needs to be a sense of jeopardy. A threat appears, a problem, something that brings characters together and in doing so it drives the story forwards. Sometimes that point in the story, the description of it, is written to the point where the physical and mental pain suffered is …

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