Category Archive: Succubi

Mar 11 2016

A Review of Vetusis: A Short Paranormal Mystery by Shelby Blake

Vetusis: A Short Paranormal Mystery by Shelby Blake

Not all stories with succubi or incubi need to be erotic at their core. Occasionally the better story is one that lurks just underneath, the hint that something isn’t right, that the characters need to work out what’s wrong and deal with it. It’s more interesting when the truth is discovered and one isn’t quite …

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Mar 11 2016

A Review of Manhattan Sucks by Dou7g and Amanda Lash

Returning to the Succubus Apprentice series, the second work in the series, this time on the Tale. You can find my review of the first work in the series here, in which the wonderful wit brought me a smile as this author always does. The ensemble cast of characters are wonderful together, but there are stories …

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Mar 10 2016

Succubi Image of the Week 425

Topaz Tornado by Lynie

Sometimes I find images of Succubi that, for me at least, really inspire some interesting stories in my thoughts. Sometimes it’s an expression, other times their form, on occasion the attire they wear. It’s nice when all of those things come together in a piece of Succubi art that I think is inspired… This work …

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Mar 09 2016

Lots of red, but really, this isn’t all that much of a costume…

Red Hot Devil Costume

Ah spandex… You do help with some interesting superhero costumes. But you don’t as a whole, make for very good devil costumes all that often. Perhaps the main problem is that tight and clingy isn’t enough by itself? This is called the Red Hot Devil Costume and it comes with the catsuit, an attached devil tail …

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Mar 08 2016

A Review of Lair of The Succubus by Sheba Griffins

Lair of The Succubus by Sheba Griffins

A review today of the first work in a series called Lucifer and Lilith by Sheba Griffins which has an interesting premise as a whole, but gives me pause. The thing about using such characters is that there is a certain viewpoint that readers have of them. Being so, trying to tell a story with them …

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Mar 08 2016

A Review of Bad Dreams by Brantwijn Serrah

Bad Dreams by Brantwijn Serrah

There aren’t very many stories which use the idea of sleep paralysis as the basis for driving a story forwards. That’s surprising really as it does link into the myth of incubi as a whole. Possibly the largest problem in doing so is that managing to make the story not be too clinical and have some …

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Mar 07 2016

And Now the News… Part IV By TeraS

It has been some time since I have written in the story I call: And Now the News… If you’d like to read what came before, you can find that here on the Tale. We all come from somewhere and somewhen… For some that tells not just their past, but their future as well. But …

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