Featured in full page ad, New York Times, Sunday, May 21, 2006
Featured in full page ad on back cover, The Writer Magazine, May 2006
Featured in full page ad, Black Issues Book Review, January – February 2006


Listen to my interview on the Read You Later Show with host La Sheera Lee.

Listen to a reading of my novel Weapon of Seduction by Donna Hill.
Listen to the theme song for my Naomi Chase novel Exposed, produced by my husband, Lorrent Smith.


RT BOOKreviews blog on Exposed
“What a Tangled Web We Weave” (Feb 17, 2011) Maureen Smith bares all about her new pen name Naomi Chase and her erotic fiction, Exposed, a February RT Top Pick! This novel will have readers wrapped up in the devious (and oh-so-steamy) plot that has heroine Tamia Luke attempting to hold onto her boyfriend and get a promotion…
Christi Corbett’s Blog Guest Host (Nov 3, 2010) 
“My Journey to Publication”…At the risk of starting my tale with a cliché, my road to publication was paved with enough bumps and potholes to give me whiplash. And you know what? The road hasn’t exactly been gilded in gold since I received my first contract. As you’ve undoubtedly heard before, publishing is a tough business. The journey of a published author can be filled with enough ups and downs to drive even the sanest scribe crazy.Click to read the entire article.
Feature Interview, The Motivated Writer (June 2005)
Feature Interview, Black Romance Magazine (May 2005)
Feature Interview on MPB Network (September 26, 2002)
Feature Interview on Romance in Color (October, 2002)


Whisper is taut romance-thriller” (Book Review in the San Antonio Express-News, Sunday, August 5, 2007)
“Maureen Smith Fourth Novel Due for September Release,” feature article, African-American Reflections Newspaper, August 16-21, 2006
A Heartbeat Away featured in True Confessions Magazine September 2005 contest
Cover Author, Shades of Romance Magazine (November/December 2004)
Winner, 2002 Romance in Color Reviewers’ Choice Awards: New Author of the Year and Romantic Suspense of the Year
“Marlton Author Sets Romance Novel in Upper Marlboro,” (Star-Gazette Newspaper, July 18, 2002)


Promo Trailer for Any Way You Want It