Sunday, July 06, 2008

Juicy Whisperings in Your Ear

The Fourth of July marked a weekend of great discoveries and accomplishments. First the discovery, Neve Black highlighted a scientific report about chemical compound found in watermelon that acts similarly to Viagra. Good news for Independence Day partiers, but bad news for the drug companies? To my mind, the greater discovery is Neve's blog and her sexy writing!

Then today, my trusty technical adviser set me up to record my very first podcast! In honor of the high-summer holiday, I decided to start with a reading of my July column for the Erotica Readers and Writers Association, "Naked at the Farmer's Market," you know, something juicy but not too intense. Like every erotic artist, I believe it's best to warm up your audience slowly.

So, if you want to hear me praise melons in my very own voice, check out my podcast. Feedback is very welcome. Should I keep making podcasts? Record an excerpt from Amorous Woman perhaps so you can hear Lydia's voice as I did? Let me know what you think!


Anonymous said...

Donna, your voice sounds so smooth and beautiful! Delightful!!

Only very recently have I become attentive to organic and locally grown produce, and I quickly began to sense its significance. Thanks for this fabulous article that so delightfully examines this sense I've had in such an intimate, authentic way!

Best to you as always,

Jeremy Edwards said...

What a treat for a ripe summer morning! You're soooo good at delivering your smart, sexy prose via audio. Your voice is beautiful, and you have such poise and pizzazz.

EllaRegina said...

Intelligent and sultry juicy whisperings. You are definitely a good podcaster. More! More!

Donna said...

Thanks, Emerald, Mr. Edwards and Ella. (I wanted to keep it all "E" for excellent friends). I appreciate your support of my future career reading books for the blind. I hear there's a market in that...

EllaRegina said...

Check it out:


Craig Sorensen said...

I'm glad KM commented. I didn't want to break into the whole "E" moment; I was afraid I might kill the mood. ;-)

But, in the spirit of "E":

Excellent. Elegant. Enchanting. Evocative!

Encore, Encore!

Donna said...

K and C, don't ever think I don't appreciate your comments! I'm "E"ternally grateful--and glad you're not blind :-)

Maryanne Stahl said...

(an M cab be an E, over the knee...)

I love watermelon! :-D