Tag Archive: Books and Novels

Aug 28 2016

A Review of The Demon’s Daughter Gets Laid by Nessa Triskelion

The Demon's Daughter Gets Laid by Nessa Triskelion

One of the themes that isn’t, as a whole, really explored is what I think of as the coming of age of succubi. There has to be a point where they come to terms with themselves, who they are and what they desire. If that happens to involve their mother as well, I think that …

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Aug 28 2016

A Review of The Widowed Succubus by Brian McGee

The Widowed Succubus by Brian McGee

The problem with short stories is that so much story is left behind untold. The details which flesh out things aren’t really there, there is no time to explain why things happened and, sometimes, how it all connects together. Occasionally there isn’t even enough time to say if a character is what they seem to …

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Aug 26 2016

A Review of Succubus Cheat Sheet by Samantha Nona

Succubus Cheat Sheet by Samantha Nona

One of the story ideas that I have been mulling is the thought of a succubus with pink hair and horns that is… well… a bit of a bimbo overall. I think there’s a really interesting story to tell in that, it could be a lot of fun. An author released a story recently in …

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Aug 26 2016

A Review of Seductive Wasteland by Luke Huntley

Seductive Wasteland by Luke Huntley

A story that does’t really contain a narrative of some sort, is lacking something. Erotica alone isn’t enough. A sequence of battles with no meaning isn’t enough. Having two characters entwined, dependant on each other, and not explaining how this happened is missing out on a lot of story. Just saying they love each other …

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Aug 23 2016

A Review of Drawn to Flame: A Dark Seduction by Bryan Stephens

Drawn to Flame: A Dark Seduction by Bryan Stephens

A somewhat unexpected work for review today on the Tale. From the book summary I expected something far less than what appeared in the pages of this work. Perhaps that is the thing about writing a summary, if is very difficult to tell something about a story without revealing everything about it. History matters to …

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Aug 23 2016

A Review of Sweet Succubus by Delilah Devlin

Sweet Succubus by Delilah Devlin

From time to time older works are returned to the ownership of their creators. At that point they are given new life, to be reissued and brought out of the depths to reappear once more. Sometimes these works are rewritten a bit, the story added to or otherwise. Sometimes the work remains as it was, …

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Aug 21 2016

A Review of Lustful Rhythm by CG Dante

Lustful Rhythm by CG Dante

I think the single most telling challenge for authors has to be editing. Not so much that they do not edit, but rather the way they do so leaves so much to be desired. If the editing cannot bring out in the story some kind of clarity, some sort of reasonable expectation of a coherent …

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