Naoko Smith


I am a social anthropologist: part time academic, part time housewife, part time Mum.
I got into writing erotica one time when I was losing my job - in the end I managed to keep my job, so I don't get so much time for writing these days.

Smashwords Interview

How has Smashwords contributed to your success?
About thirty years ago I wrote a dashing bodice-ripper romance. I was too shy to push it so it never got published. Until one day I was losing my paid job (I managed to hang onto it in the end) and I went back to the romantic story for a bit of fun. I realised I could self-publish online. I put my book up on Smashwords. Someone bought it!!! I was hooked, even though nobody else bought it, LOL. I have the best fun ever writing smut ... I mean fine literature for persons of choice taste and judgement. I started reviewing erotica as well as writing it and I love doing that too.

Thank you Smashwords! and thank you unknown buyer of my first book ♥
Describe your desk
I work in the kitchen. Maybe I am stroking my pussy while I work, as the kitten often climbs on my lap and tries to get its paws in on the act. I might have a good sauce or stew which I keep half an eye on, while I feverishly compose my next werewolf chapter or latest hot review blogpost.
I write on an 18th century slope - that one in the picture with the red leather trim. It has the name Jane on it, although I don't think it was actually the great Jane A's, LOL. While I write I conduct my ongoing research project into what is the best chocolate I have ever tasted.
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Where to find Naoko Smith online


As Pleases My General – a raunchy kitchen table fable
Price: Free! Words: 13,610. Language: English. Published: May 11, 2012 . Categories: Fiction » Erotica » Romance, Fiction » Romance » Erotic
(4.50 from 2 reviews)
... he was famous for the exquisite gentle pleasures which his hard trained body could be teased into providing ... The story of a man who likes women and a woman on a mission with a bit of man-on-man as a bonne bouche for women who like men. (Warning: over 18s only, graphic sex scenes.)

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anal sex    bisexuality    bodice ripper    erotica    fantasy    feminist erotica    fm    lots of sex    mm    oral sex    romance   

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Smashwords book reviews by Naoko Smith

  • The Letter: Bedtime Stories, Book 1 on June 17, 2012

    I enjoyed this story and it is hot with lots to keep the reader going. It's surprisingly quick to get into the action for a women's piece of writing although there is good story-line behind it. Occasionally the writing could have been more precise. In erotica it's important to know exactly what's going down, not to be distracted by thinking: 'What, her hand is where? What did he say?' There is a lot of dialogue. Did Stuart have to stop on at the bookstore? He says he won't be long but then he seems to have stopped on all afternoon to finish up work. I don't mind either way, I just want it to be clearer - ditto with the customer whose money he is taking, it wasn't absolutely clear to me that he left the shop. Nice poetic touch, the bell ringing and them moving into a clinch however maybe more clarity can be given. Characterisation is good although there could have been a clearer description of Stuart earlier. Emily is sensitively described as a mixed heritage woman without shoving it in our faces, although with her caramel skin would her buttocks ever look like rosy apples? Stuart is a bit more complicated. He talks like an African American, saying 'baby' all the time. He says it a lot, maybe it's my personal dislike of it as an infantilising term, although even Emily at one point says I'm a grown up. I am not sure we had to wait till the end for the letter, although I recognise the narrative tension that creates. This is a poetic, lyrical and sexy piece of writing.
  • Looking For A Few Good Men: Cougar On The Prowl on June 26, 2012

    Improbable amounts of action! but then what is fiction for. (unsafe sex but they did talk about it I suppose - very briefly!) Oh no my netbook is melting with the heat I can't write any mo
  • Jolly Rogering on June 27, 2012

    I did enjoy these two humorous stories about saucy nautical wenches. I like your wink and a pun style of writing and the sassiness of your heroines. There are some annoying typos and mis-use of the inverted comma in the piratical story. Would have liked the sex to be a bit more explicit too, a bit of loving attention and added detail might really do something for this jolly rogering romp. Robin Crusoe's adventures are hilarious. Again, for my taste, just a bit more careful detail would really add to the story, especially at the beginning. Just why is Robin on a sea voyage? With your sense of humour you can probably invent a brief back story which will add to the slapdash and sauce of it all. Hilarious hot stuff.
  • Moving Mrs. Mitchell on July 05, 2012

    This is a hot story and well written. I docked a star mainly because of the unsafe sex. It would have been so easy for Mrs Mitchell to be grateful to Paul for offering the condom and accept it- it was such a nice touch, so typical of his character. She might be safe but how does she know he is? (Forgive me, I am on a bit of a mission to make safe sex normal in erotica!) In saying this, I am pointing to the good characterisation. They are believable and different people (in some of these kind of stories the two young guys are so similar - apart from some anatomical details in their pants, that you wonder if they were cloned). It's great that Paul and Brandon do sex differently and Robin enjoys both. There are some typos still. The main issue is that this is a story falling between two genres. It is mainly a piece of erotica - and very nice too. In fact I read it 3 times! and finally secreted it in an obscurely named folder on my hard drive, whereas normally I read stories once and move on. However there are hints at a fuller story, about the breakup of Robin Mitchell's marriage, her loss of self esteem. There is potential here to build a novella perhaps around the scene, where you develop Paul and Robin more fully as characters, maybe do some write up of things before the move and how Robin might feel after behaving in a way that was not how she was in her marriage but which the story hints is how she used to be as a younger woman. If you are going to stick with erotica, you are probably better off cutting out the I-am-so-bitter-about-that-racoon-eyes stuff (there isn't much of it). If you do develop the story, will you not harp on so much about how Robin has such a fit body for a 40 year old? Maybe you could just write that she is 41 and that she has a good body as if the two are not necessarily incompatible? Hell, I am nearly 50 and I am constantly having to kick back guys half my age who attempt to fall into my knickers, I'm sure it's not that unusual.
  • Lusting While Dusting on July 05, 2012

    This is a hilarious gem of a story. The writing is witty and sweet. Could have wished for a bit more at the end but I guess I will have to write that myself ...
  • My Dearest Isabella on July 06, 2012

    Sweetly romantic and hot hot hot. (Could probably do without the poem at the end, so unlikely to be written by some backwoods pioneer. Don't mind in the least suspending disbelief for the unlikely things he says, just a suggestion.)
  • Spirit: A Little Fairy Tail on July 09, 2012

    What a wild and lovely piece of erotica. Funny and moving and really well written. This is even better than My Dearest Isabella, which was such a nice story too. I love the pace at which the first part of the story moves. The scene where he walks in on his wife conveys brilliantly a mad, I-can't-believe-this-is-happening mood. (Typos - get them sorted because the story is worth it.)
  • Love on the cards on July 16, 2012

    Sweet and fun, nice writing style. I liked the bus conductor passage! Maybe look at the way in which you use 'maniacal' and 'acoustical'? No problem with using new forms of words but 2 so close together clashes a bit on the ear.
  • Transylvanian Roulette on Nov. 27, 2012

    As ever hilarious fun and sassy stuff with fun silly twists in the tale. Needs some editing to bring it up to the 5 star rating but the three stories here are just fun really so perhaps it's not worth the trouble. I loved the way in which you channelled the original Frankenstein stories with expert knowledge in writing your own. I also like the grungy realism of juices and pubic hair, sex in your stories is always good n' dirty.
  • Black Friday (Tales of the Circle series) on Feb. 07, 2013

    I picked up this book hoping for a better account of the BDSM world and was richly rewarded. The sex scenes are not only detailed and exciting, they offer excellent insight into the sophisticated pleasures of pain, submission/domination and fetishism. In addition, here is a set of characters being drawn with depth and spunk (that's the women!), believable motivations and hints which make you curious as to the rest of The Circle. There are some glitchy typos but the sex is too exciting for these to be more than a minor irritation.
  • Tilly and Elmer FlashbackX (2) - Falling for a Kiss on Sep. 15, 2014

    Great funny fun story. The pictures are super, especially how they work alongside the narrative. (Check my review blog for the full review ;) )