About Tera, The Queen of the Succubi

Tera's PortraitWelcome to my Blog, A Succubi’s Tale…

My name is Tera and I am known to some as the Queen of the Succubi…

This is my home on the internet, it is, I hope, a place where my thoughts about Succubi will appear, where my stories will be given light, and where, I hope, something good will be created…

I am a Succubi because of the desires of my husband Keith and a book that is close to our hearts called A Personal Demon… It involves a college professor and the demoness that he summons by accident… Over the course of the story they find themselves falling in love…

I have been Role Playing as a Succubi with him for quite some time now and came across a group called the HypnoPics Collective far back in the internet past… 2007 that is…

There is quite a bit of RPing on that site and in the course of things I was given the title of Queen of the Succubi there…

And still am to this day…

My main interests are Succubi, of course, and the legends, myths, history, stories and images they have…

I own several pairs of horns and tails and wear them regularly…

As well as a series of pitchforks…

So the question is… Am i going to huggle you or poke you with a pitchfork?

One can never tell can one?


It keeps things… interesting…




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Tale Book Review Policy

I’ve been asked to explain the review policy for books here on the Tale. In short, I will review any and all books that have a Succubus or Incubus appearing in them. Whether a minor or major character it doesn’t matter. Normally, I purchase all of the books that I review on the Tale. But …


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    • TeraS on January 26, 2011 at 2:06 pm

    Hello Mac…

    I do remember you and I hope that all is well with you!

    I have to admit that I didn’t like Jennifer’s Body, more gore than sexy really and the story was a lot of meh… I think like all things they pass on eventually, they just have longer lives than most…


    Hoping you get some rest and thank you for caring…


  1. Hi, how do I submit a request, for your consideration, to be added to your Blogroll?

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    • TeraS on June 8, 2011 at 11:23 am

    I’ll add you in a few moments!


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    • Truce on October 5, 2011 at 10:07 am

    Hey TeraS,

    just found your site, have to say, i TRULY love it. You surely put a lot of work into it.

    Would be glad to be added to your blogroll, let me know how I can please you in return ok ?

    Peace and blessings,

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    • TeraS on November 18, 2011 at 1:02 pm

    So done Truce and thank you for commenting!



  2. Tera-

    Thank you so much for not only reading my novel, but taking the time to review it on Amazon!

    Pretty cool website you have here!

    I am especially glad you liked how the characters were brought to life. I wanted them to be deeper than the standard – “here’s a demon and some fire” fare that seems much more prevalent. They needed weaknesses, and lives- in order to positively identify them- how better than to make them as devious and rotten as mankind itself is at times?

    I could not resist putting succubi in there- playing with different types of demons- and making Hell itself much more corporate and political make the whole concept much more interesting.

    The story came about on a whim- I had characters developed for other projects – and all of a sudden – it clicked. None of my previous work had delved into the supernatural realm- so the departure from spy’s assassins and special forces guys was a welcome vacation. I actually shelved another novel to work on this one- as my twisted mind found the imagery I could explore in Devil’s Canyon was so vibrant, it kind of took over for the duration.

    I also wanted to explore a story with a strong female lead.

    I did quite a bit of research on the demons- though at times I departed from the norm – especially with Mastema- she came to life on her own during the story – she was a lot of fun to write for. I had had a different idea in mind for her when she was created- but she changed my mind and wrote her own course. I love it when a character does that.

    There is another book coming – and I hope you take the chance to read it as well!

    Thank you again!

    Steven K Durette,
    Author of “Devil’s Canyon”

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    • TeraS on May 22, 2012 at 11:05 pm

    Thank you for visiting Steven, but more, thank you for writing a story that really kept my interest and more…

    I look forward to the next story and wish you much good fortune!


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    • Colin on November 19, 2012 at 9:35 pm

    Hello again! Just wanted to say, I really love your site, I’ve always had a fascination with succubi and other things like that. 🙂 I’m glad I have a place to let out those (as well as some other) interests. Thank you for making this. 🙂

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    • TeraS on January 8, 2013 at 2:46 pm



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    • Lord Singarosa on January 24, 2015 at 3:15 pm

    I have but one question, which succubi queen are you?
    For there are four succubi queens;Lust,Torment,Envy,and Agony.

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    • TeraS on January 26, 2015 at 1:49 am

    I do not subscribe to the story that says that there are but four.

    Lust alone is not enough.
    Torment gives not that which should be.
    Envy is a wasted emotion that leads to… nothing.
    Agony is despair and loss unending.

    I believe that Succubi are more. That they are passion, seduction, and the dreams that sustain them…

    To be nothing but the negative aspects of the soul only makes the joys impossible to reach…

    Being that Succubi are part of one of the most wonderful experiences there are… That doesn’t fit in my eyes and never shall…

    But belief is what it will be, and to each their own…

    And in that belief your own dreams will be the succubi that will come…


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    • z00p on June 19, 2016 at 6:23 am

    Hey long time fan from Hypnopics and am glad to see you still active on the web.

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    • TeraS on June 20, 2016 at 10:29 pm

    Oh.. I’m here still and still being me…



  3. Hello Tera,

    Thank you for the review of my novella, “Huldra”. This is the first work that I have put out to a wide audience, and I was happy to come across your encouraging review. Your comments are very much appreciated.

    I am pleased that you enjoyed the emotional complexity of the main character. She is a very guarded and isolated individual in most respects, but we see her start to emerge from that self-imposed isolation in the novella. Still, even though readers gain a good deal if insight into her character and her thoughts, I wanted to leave some things unknown to the reader as she is not someone who lets anyone know too much about her, including her true name. It seems that I might have left things a tad too vague, however. I do have more of her tale to tell, both before the events of “Huldra” and after, so I hope that some of your questions will be answered in the future.

    I do have one question for you. Is it okay with you if I link to your review in Twitter posts?

    Thank you again,

    -J.P. Knight.

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