Category Archive: Random Thoughts

Jun 06 2017

A Review of Lost In Her by Andrew W. Gregory

There are some works that tell a story from one characters perspective and by doing so they leave quite a lot of plot, depth and emotion set aside. A story told in a monologue, a single unvarying tone, seems to be missing something. Following a character as they try to understand what is going on …

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Jun 06 2017

A Review of Familiar by Amelia Ravenhearst

Familiar by Amelia Ravenhearst

A review of the second work in the series called Daemon Lover today on the Tale. I reviewed the first work some time ago and you can find that review here on the Tale. The first work I thought was interesting, the heat was well done and the overall plot was a delight. I was hoping …

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Jun 04 2017

A Review of The Portal Curse by J.P. Murgly

The Portal Curse by J.P. Murgly

A story reviewed today on the Tale that’s a bit of a coming of age story, a mystery and an adventure as well. But along with the strife, the conflict and the discovery comes something quite unexpected, all things considered. A story of finding within oneself the need to be more, even if one cannot …

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Jun 04 2017

A Review of The Horniest Angel by Alana Church

One of my favourite authors is Alana Church, who wrote a wonderful series that I’ve reviewed on the Tale and you can find a list of those reviews here on the Tale. The series was a delight for me, especially in Althea, who I adored, in many ways, as a literary succubus sister. Recently Alana has returned …

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Jun 03 2017

An interesting Morrigan Aensland Pen art WIP YouTube

Morrigan Aensland de Darkstalkers ink by GACS-Draw

I do like watching artists at work on their art. The creative process to me I think is the most important, and interesting, thing to watch. A YouTube today of an artist creating an image of Morrigan Aensland that I liked very much and that I think is quite fun overall.   If you cannot …

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Jun 02 2017

A Review of Midnight Witch by C. J. DeSade

A review today of the first book in what promises to be an interesting series, mainly for the fore of the main character to be developed from the tease that comes in this work. I like complex stories, more so when the characters have depth and are more than just a means to get to …

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Jun 02 2017

A Review of Lost Angels: As Above, So Below by Brian Thomas and Loren Rhoads

Lost Angels: As Above, So Below by Brian Thomas and Loren Rhoads

A review of the first work in a series that has some very unique characters, quite a number of succubi, and along the way a tale of redemption, loss, and discovery. The main characters are strongly told, they hold the story together, but along the way there’s some flaws among the good things to be …

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