Tag Archive: Random Thoughts

Nov 04 2016

A Review of Passion’s Price by Alana Church

Passion's Price by Alana Church

I’ve been captivated by The Succubus series by Alana Church from the beginning. I’ve loved each character, the love, the story, it’s been, in many ways, speaking to many of my personal beliefs about succubi. Today a review of the eighth work in the series, possibly the last, but, there is always hope isn’t there? …

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Nov 04 2016

A Review of Jasmine’s Incubus by Dixie Richards

Jasmine's Incubus by Dixie Richards

The telling of a story matters. Editing out the flaws, making the dialogue sing makes a real difference. Clunky prose leads to taking away heat when it is needed, power when it must be. The point of writing is to express oneself, but if one can’t find the means, then one needs to revise and …

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Nov 02 2016

Shiny is a good place to start for a costume after all…

Demon Devil Costume

Sometimes the best costumes start with a basic dress with a few well chosen accessories to make it something a little bit more special. Occasionally, that takes looking into a custom made costume from far away and then finding things closer to home to finish things up… Mainly because the accessories that are included aren’t …

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Nov 01 2016

A Review of Sealed with a Kiss by Natalie Severine and Eric Severine

Sealed with a Kiss by Natalie Severine and Eric Severine

I’m rather sad as I write this review today as one of my favourite series of the year has come to a close. There are some characters that simply find their way into your heart and their story holds you always. This, the thirteenth and final review of the Lily Quinn series written by Natalie and Eric …

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Nov 01 2016

A Review of Uprising by William Drew

Uprising by William Drew

There are many things any story needs. It needs characters, a plot, some sort of meaning. There needs to be some time spent in crafting a story, telling it well. Along the way, editing that story to make it better, to remove spelling and word errors adds a lot as well. But most of all, …

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Oct 30 2016

A Review of Incubus by Raine Weaver

Incubus by Raine Weaver

While the mythos of the incubi is a well established thing, there is always the chance for the story to be told in a new way. In doing so, that story can offer something more, something unique. A story that brings with it a mystery, a passion, a need. But also, in the end, a …

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Oct 30 2016

A Review of Halloween Bimbos by Mr. SIB

Halloween Bimbos by Mr. SIB

A review of an anthology book which has two stories that were of interest to me, one with a succubus, the other with an incubus. At least they interested me until the ending of each story where things turned out to be, sadly, rather stereotypical. There are some stories and characters that offer something, suggest …

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