Thursday, September 11, 2008

Wanna Get Wet?

I love The Erotic Woman! It’s a smart, sexy site that features some of my very favorite writers like Susan DiPlacido, Jeremy Edwards, and Gwen Masters.

I love the photos, too. They’re geared to the female sensibility somehow. And the editors are fabulously fine to work with--it's always a true pleasure.

Best of all, they’ve just featured an illustrated version of my Best Women’s Erotica 2008 story, “Wet.” You may know that bathing is an important ritual in Japan, but you probably had no idea how very wet you can get!

Check it out and leave a comment if you’re so inspired! For my erotica writer friends (you know who you are and you know I love you!), send them a story and join a very happy club….

7 comments:

Jeremy Edwards said...

Great to know you're making another "splash" at TEW ... and thanks for the wonderful shout-out! I'm commenting on the fly (I hope I remembered to zip it), but I look forward to reading your beautiful story.

Emerald said...

Loved that so much -- I haven't gotten to leave a comment yet because I had to register for the site, but I'm looking forward to doing so because I enjoyed the story so much!

"[M]y muscles melting to caramel in the steaming water"...what a remarkable image!

EllaRegina said...

"It's time to clean you inside now."

One of the sexiest lines ever written.

Madame Butterfly said...

Well, you know I loved it. Great story! And oh the sentou memories that come up. They do lend towards erotic thoughts. So do male/female allowed onsens. :D

Donna said...

Thank you everyone! MB, I'm glad I'm not the only one with such thoughts, although given the popularity of bath porn manga and the whole institution of the "soapland" I shouldn't be surprised! I've only been to ONE onsen that allows mixed bathing upfront (I know there's illicit mixed bathing late at night everywhere) and many of my stories have been set in this place. Hoshi Onsen in Gunma, built in the Meiji Period. The Japanese seem to allow provocative stuff, it it's part of the tradition!

Kirsten Monroe said...

Such a wonderful story -- makes me want a good ass kneading every time I read it.

Congrats!

--KM

Donna said...

Thank you, KM! Speaking of "kneading," I've been checking out your blog and see we have a lot of appetites in common. Brownies with whiskey? Mmmmmmmm......