Ian Smith was ordering books by Victor Bruno from Olympia when he saw their advert for
authors and sent in a sample script. His first book, "The Wench Whackers' Ball" - later
retitled "Ali, Slavegirl Incarnate" - was published less than three months later. Now, ten
years later, he has written and seen published over twenty books.
A keen writer since childhood (and now in his forties), Ian enjoys trying to project the
feelings of innocent girls caught up in fantastic and daunting circumstances. Sometimes he
starts with a planned outline of a book, but often with just a single idea which develops
along the way. Some of his books run in series, with recurring characters, others are
Ian always has at least half a dozen ideas for more books and gradually those ideas are
turned into reality. But then some more ideas turn up ...
The Slave Girls of Ian Smith
In over 30 years of BDSM writing, Ian Smith has created many memorable female characters. In “The Slaves of Ian Smith”, he revisits some of these characters in new stories and fresh adventures and challenges for them. Characters including Ali, Selina, Nicky, Barbara and recent newcomer Leah all finds themselves in new situations with new issues to cope with and often endure.
In the author's own words, writing about girls being coerced into slave acts makes for good dramatic tension, but it is pure fantasy. In reality, it is much more fun with a girl who actually wants to do it and enjoys it, and there are more such girls than you might think. Even in my writing, I like to finish with the girls being happy slaves: see the very last chapter of this book for an example. If you are lucky enough to have a slave, make sure she is a happy slave.
No. words: 102300 We do not recommend this book for readers under 18 years of age
Style: Male Dom - M/F, Submission Training of Female
Available Formats: MOBI EPUB MS Word PDF MS Reader Text RTF
Product type: EBook
Published: 5 / 2020
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