A Pledge Request

Posted April 27, 2010 by Kale
Categories: Uncategorized

My buddy Natty Soltesz has a special project going on and needs your help. He’s an incredible writer and I was all too happy to boost the signal for him.



My name is Natty Soltesz and I write porno stories. I used to go by the name “Bacteriaburger,” and I post a lot on the Nifty Erotic Stories Archive. If you are receiving this email it’s because you’ve written to me in the past about a story posted on Nifty or on my website. Sorry for the mass email, but I need your help!

I recently wrote my first book. It’s called “Backwoods” and it’s going to be published by Rebel Satori Press. My dream for the book has always been to have it illustrated by a top-notch erotic illustrator. Fortunately, the amazing artist Michael Kirwan has agreed to work with me on the project. But Rebel Satori Press is a small press, and they don’t have the funds to help me pay for the illustrations.

So I’m turning to the masses, and trying to raise funds using a website called Kickstarter. If you’ve ever shot a load from reading my words, do me the favor of clicking on over to my Kickstarter project and watching my video: http://kck.st/b5gBND

If you can pledge some money. And if you can’t, consider spreading the word by telling your friends about my project, via email or Facebook or however!


A Gallery Of Visuals

Posted April 16, 2010 by Kale
Categories: visuals

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Supporting The Troops

Posted April 2, 2010 by Kale
Categories: visuals

Let it not be said that I’ve never supported our soldiers….ankles over shoulders, just saying. ¬†;D

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A Fine Body of Art

Posted March 29, 2010 by Kale
Categories: visuals

X Marks The Spot

Posted March 17, 2010 by Kale
Categories: visuals

I’d be remiss if I didn’t share the following:

And you can check out the beaus in action here:


Reading Is Fundamental

Posted March 10, 2010 by Kale
Categories: visuals, writing tips

When people find out I’m a published writer, they often ask for tips on getting published or honing their craft. Mostly getting published, LOL! All the same, I’m always happy to share my experiences and share what has been effective for me.

Almost without fail, people are surprised when I inform them that one of the best ways of improving one’s writing craft is by reading.

Like a musician who explores different musical genres, or a visual artist who studies different mediums, a writer should also read and study different genres as well. Reading the works of others allows you to study their prose style, to see what is effective and what doesn’t work.

This isn’t always easy seeing as most of us have busy lives and don’t have time to sit down and curl up to a good book. It’s all I can do to keep up with my writing but I have to force myself to schedule a time to read as well.

It’s essentially research.

Just yesterday in the mail I received a copy of an anthology and I read through some of the stories. While reading, I asked myself, what moved me as a reader? What techniques did the author utilize that worked for me? What techniques should I incorporate into my own writing style? Where did the author miss the mark and what mistakes should I avoid.

Research is fundamental to anyone who is serious about their craft. You get to read some extraordinary stories and improve your writing in the process.

At least, that’s what’s worked for me.

Ode To Old Spice

Posted March 5, 2010 by Kale
Categories: videos, visuals

A buddy sent me a link to one of these Old Spice commercials, and this prompted me to hop on YouTube to find others.  Needless to say while watching them I laughed, and got a few ideas for some new stories. In any event, enjoy.