August 2016 archive

The X does not mark anything in this costume…

Devilish Diva Devil Costume

The embellishments that are placed on costumes to make them look better puzzle me at times. There are some things done that just don’t work and I wonder why they are there. Perhaps there are some that make some kind of sense, but really, a giant black ‘X’ on a costume I can’t quite understand, …

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A Review of Seduction From Hell by Kevin Landrum

Seduction From Hell by Kevin Landrum

There is such a thing as getting lost in the minutia of telling a story. While telling of a character’s need for a cup of coffee, and their reaction to it, offers a glimpse into them, it isn’t who they are. Telling that story, especially for the main character, matters. Leaving out the why for …

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A Review of Lilitu by Craig McGray

Lilitu by Craig McGray

There is a dark side to the succubus myth and being so it is one that many authors take and tell the story of. Sometimes that story can be dark and erotic, sometimes it simply is dark. It can be horrific, without a doubt, but sometimes the horror isn’t all there is. Taking a slightly …

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Missed By TeraS

This past weekend was my Eternal’s birthday. It was … not what we’d hoped for. There was someone not there, at least not physically. From this birthday onwards, there will be, always, someone …   Missed By TeraS   It is said by many in the Realm that if there is one character trait their rulers …

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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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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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A very quick Morrigan Aensland YouTube sketch

Morrigan by Chany Kim

A very quick YouTube today of an artist drawing Morrigan Aensland in their sketchbook. It really is a cute piece of art most of all…   If you can’t see this video here on the Tale, please try this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-KQZsH__BMA And, as always, in case YouTube makes the video vanish, here is an image …

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