Tag Archive: Books and Novels

Sep 20 2016

A Review of Incubus Journal: Complete by The Mad Hatter

Incubus Journal: Complete by The Mad Hatter

Recently I reviewed a series of short stories in which the main character is transformed into an Incubus. You can find those reviews here and here on the Tale. The author added another two works to the series then issued the six parts as a single volume. As such, this review will be of the series …

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Sep 20 2016

A Review of Demon Futa Does Vegas by Jocelyn Saragona

Demon Futa Does Vegas by Jocelyn Saragona

At some point in the creative process of writing, there comes a time when editing means more than the writing itself. There is a need to make dialogue sound real. There is a need to correct a multitude of spelling mistakes. The words on the page need to flow, to make sense and for the …

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Sep 18 2016

A Review of Succubus Training by Syn Root

Succubus Training by Syn Root

The thing about a story that has the word succubus in it, is that one expects to find a succubus in the story somewhere. The story can have action, a character can be seductive, love sex, be erotic, but that doesn’t mean they are a succubus. By the same token, calling an action, an encounter …

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Sep 18 2016

A Review of Succubus by Kat Lizati

Succubus by Kat Lizati

The stories about succubi that I truly enjoy are the ones that make me think about the characters, ponder ideas, thoughts and concepts, and in doing so offer something unexpected. There has to be something different, something that takes the stereotypical and ignores it completely. When a work can do that, go past what succubi …

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Sep 16 2016

A Review of the The Succubus Trilogy by Emma Jaye

The Succubus Trilogy by Emma Jaye

There are many stories about succubi that tend to be dark in their themes, plot, or character actions. Sometimes that darkness comes from the characters themselves, how they are, what they have done. It can be a somewhat nebulous darkness in many ways. There are also stories that tend to be dark in how the …

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Sep 16 2016

A Review of Sinfully Delicious by Kelly Wilcox

Sinfully Delicious by Kelly Wilcox

The theme of some works tends to try in mixing a bit of erotica with a bit of horror and, as an aside, throw in some references to various hentai themes. When all of this happens, the focus moves from the seductive and sexy into the more darker tones of erotica before moving rapidly into …

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Sep 13 2016

A Review of Death Throes by Michael Stuer

Death Throes by Michael Stuer

The thing about some stories is that they use a framework, an idea, which can be very familiar. Certain words and phrases remind the reader of such things as Dungeons and Dragons for example. That’s not a bad thing, actually it helps to speed up the understanding of what’s going on, the characters and the …

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