Sunday, September 08, 2013

Nookiestar.com Stole My Work!

I'm writing this blog post in the hope that it will help other Erotic Story writers who have had their work stolen by this site. What most of my regular readers might not know is that I used to write Erotic Stories for a couple of different sites, Literotica.com being one of them.

*Warning* Don't click on the links to my Erotic Stories if that sort of thing upsets you. These stories are very graphic in nature and not at all "PG" rated.

My Stories on Literotica

It has recently come to my attention that Nookiestar.com is stealing stories from anywhere they can get them from and putting them on their site. Yes, my Lit. name is on my story but there's no link back to the original story on Literotica and they have posted my entire story on their site, which is an infringement of copyright law.

Here's a link to the 3 Erotic Stories of mine that they have stolen:

My Stolen Stories

My fellow Literotica authors have been sending take down notices to Nookiestar.com with nothing being done on their part. We have sent copyright infringement notices to takedownpiracy and have contacted Literotica.com to let them know that stories are being stolen.

There's even a fb page to get Nookiestar shut down.

If you are a writer I would suggest you take a look at Nookiestar.com and search their site to see if any of your stories have been stolen as well. I've contacted a couple of other Lit. authors and let them know that their stories have been stolen.

How To Burn Powder Incense Without A Self Lighting Charcoal Briquette


Some of you may not know what I'm talking about here, so let me explain. 
You've probably seen incense cones and sticks but it also comes in a powder form that you sprinkle on top of a special self lighting charcoal briquette. But I ran out of the charcoal briquettes and wondered if there was a way to still burn my powder incense, so through trial and error *and a lot of smoke* I found that you can indeed burn powder incense without charcoal. That is what the powder incense looks like in the canister.

I buy Anna Rivas Powder incense because I like the way it smells. I also have a small brass cauldron that I usually burn the charcoal briquettes or cones in but this time I just placed a small piece of aluminum foil on top to hold the incense while it burned.

I was able to light it and it burned.

This is what it looked like. 

If you'd like to know how I figured out how to burn powder incense without charcoal then just read my newest article.