Category Archive: Succubi

Feb 08 2017

Red horns with this costume might help a little, but not much

Spider Dress

There are many times when looking at all of the lousy costumes I find brings me to a point where, in all seriousness, it becomes obvious that the best thing to do is to pluck a pair of horns from my collection, a sexy dress and leave things at that. That’s not to say there …

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Feb 07 2017

A Review of Holy Temptation by Gianna Quinn

Holy Temptation by Gianna Quinn

The thing about writing a short story is that there comes a point where, somehow, the story has to get to the point, tell it well and offer some kind of satisfaction with how things unfold. But that’s difficult to find when the editing leaves something to be desired, the dialogue just sounds wrong as …

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Feb 07 2017

A Review of the The Succubus Confesses series by Xandra Fraser

The Succubus Confesses – A Paean to Priapos by Xandra Fraser

Some of the most interesting works about succubi are ones in which the author uses history to tell a story within which succubi have a hand, or a tail for that matter, in it. Seeing the world, it’s history, through the eyes of beings that live for millennia leads to some introspective moments, ones that …

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Feb 06 2017

Thinking of You By TeraS

It is, I know, becoming a regular occurrence that I am not able to write, not able to construct the story I want to tell. For that matter, I’m finding it difficult to get back to the stories unfinished, though I dearly wish to. Still, my spirit guides me into other stories, which, in some …

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Feb 05 2017

A Review of Succubus Called: Part 2 by Blair Barrett

Succubus Called: Part 2 by Blair Barrett

A review of the second work in the Succubus Called series today on the Tale. You can find my review of the first work in the series here where I shared how much I like the story, how the main characters Cassandra and Lilith appealed to me. The second work in the series builds quite well …

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Feb 05 2017

A Review of the Romance with the Incubus series by Danielle Voelkel

Romance with the Incubus: Taken by Him - Episode 1 by Danielle Voelkel

The discovery of one’s past can mean many things. For some it is freedom, the opening of their horizons, a glimpse of something more than they are. For others the past brings up shame, loss, and the wish that things didn’t happen as they did. Truth is a terribly blunt thing regardless of who it …

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Feb 04 2017

A Student Film called Succubus

Succubus Student Film MDC

Another of the, interestingly, many student films that pop up on YouTube regularly today on the Tale. There is no dialogue, really it is an art film more than anything else, but the setting and the music I found to be the most interesting thing of all. If you cannot see this film here on …

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