Category Archive: Incubi

Sep 04 2017

The Bet by JHB

Last week I shared a story for my Eternal’s birthday. This week, a story from my heart, our dearest friend. Something that we both cherished, made us smile and laugh, but most of all, we thank him for a gift beyond words…   The Bet By JHB   by James, for his friend, Keith, on …

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Aug 29 2017

A Review of Strictly Incubusiness by Vanessa Mulberry

The thing about telling a story is that when there is a mystery to be solved, it tends to be a good idea to reveal it, eventually. Telling part of the story leaves something wanting, much of the time. Offering a glimpse of the answers, but not giving them all leaves shadows among the story …

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Aug 27 2017

A Review of A Magical Reckoning: Five Stories of Supernatural Betrayal by N. R. Hairston

A review of an anthology work this time on the Tale in which one of the stories has both succubi and incubi appearing. As such, I will be reviewing the story that interests me as the focus of this review with a brief overall rating of the work following that review. I enjoy when an …

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Aug 25 2017

A Review of The Inheritance by Gideon Rathbone

The thing about stories that are very short is that there’s never enough time to really explore the characters as much as they need to be. History is passed over, explanations are muted and overall there just seems to be something missing along the way that can’t be ignored. The main character’s past matters. Who …

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Aug 18 2017

A Review of The Magician’s Curse by Linda G. Hill

Sometimes, actually, much of the time, we’re not sure of many things. It can be hard to figure out what to do, what is happening around you. Things get more complicated when there’s an encounter that takes you from what you expected into the unexpected. In the telling of that story, managing to not overcome …

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Aug 15 2017

A Review of Love Tokens by Megan Derr

Storytelling shouldn’t be rushed, for doing so leaves much lost in the winds that swirl and tear among the tapestry of story and character. One can create characters that are deeply involving and push past who they are for the sake of getting from one scene to the next. No story, regardless of its length …

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Aug 11 2017

A Review of Nefarius Too by Cinnamon Sin

A short time ago I reviewed the a work called Nefarius and you can find that review here on the Tale. At the time I noted that I didn’t care for the work very much, mainly from the rather over the top horror, abuse and similar aspects that the main character was involved with. I …

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