The promo spots were taken over in May 2007 by Steve Fletcher.In the summer of 2005, Radio One ran a series of weekly "comedy-mysteries" starring Mac Donald—along with other Radio One personalities—titled Promo Girl in The Mystery of...
In 2003 she starred in the two part miniseries Shattered City: The Halifax Explosion. However, she is likely best known as the former national continuity announcer for CBC Radio One, a role she held from the start of Radio One's 2004 summer season.
She has also used her name in the show (that was recently canceled) "Reign", She was beheaded in the show to threat Queen Catheren. With Mac Donald's identity kept secret, the voice was quickly dubbed Promo Girl.
Mac Donald was ultimately outed by The Globe and Mail in early 2005.
Her distinctive voice, and the quirky sense of humour in the promotional items she reads, made her a polarizing figure among long time Radio One listeners, particularly in the context of several other changes to the network's programming intended to attract a younger audience.
Back in the old days, if men wanted to meet women, they had to go out and approach them in bars where, let's face it, women are usually congregated in groups.
Men understandably hated this swing-and-miss approach because it's intimidating and there is so much potential for rejection.
Donna Mc Donald published her first romance novel in March of 2011.
Her work spans several genres, such as contemporary romance, paranormal, and science fiction.
They don't have to worry so much about rejection because they never have to approach women in person. There's Jessica, Stacy, Sarah and Lauren, all of whom are interested in meeting. It doesn't take long before men realize that getting into relationships means giving all this up, so they become perpetual bachelors.
At first, the goal was to find that one great relationship. You might be thinking that women get at least as much attention from the opposite sex as men and certainly have more potential for sex, and you're right.
Humor is the most common element across all her writing.