22 Responses

  1. Didi
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    Happy release day, Erica. I’m new to your work, tbh. And as a reader I don’t find it strange for author jumping between genres. I guess you go wherever the story took you, huh. 😉
    puspitorinid AT yahoo DOT com

    1. Erica Cameron
      Erica Cameron at |

      Each new series is definitely a different beast! Hope you enjoy if you get the chance to read it!

  2. tanja
    tanja at |

    Congrats on your new release, Erica. You are a new author to me. I don’t think it strange that you write different genres. I like to read different kind of books. If the writers don’t write them how can the reader read them.
    tankie44 at gmail dot com

    1. Erica Cameron
      Erica Cameron at |

      Thank you! Hope you enjoy the books!

  3. James Escol
    James Escol at |

    Oh.My.God! Why I didn’t know that the second installment of this series is an MM is beyond me! I’m not actually a fan of FF novels which is the first one on this series that’s why I haven’t read this YET. I’m a huge YA lover so that problem would be rectified very soon. 😉

    Focusing on this blog post, I’m amazed on how you can jump from one genre to another. That’s very hard to do. That requires a lot of skills, determination & optimism that you can make your mark with the next genre just like how you did it on the previous ones. I have high praise for those authors who can do that. Simply amazing.

    From what I can see, you love the challenges & if that didn’t make me regards you highly, I don’t know what will.


    1. Erica Cameron
      Erica Cameron at |

      Hi, James!

      Just to clarify, NEMESIS isn’t actually M/M. Blake, the narrator of the book, is intersectional and genderfluid. While they do use male pronouns periodically, they use female ones just as often. Technically, Blake really is neither.

      As for the rest, thank you! It’s definitely a challenge, but it’s a very fun one. 🙂

  4. Serena S.
    Serena S. at |

    Congrats on the new release! I’m new to your books but I added them to my TBR list.

    1. Erica Cameron
      Erica Cameron at |

      Thank you! Nemesis is my sixth release, so there’s plenty to dig through! 🙂

  5. Elizabeth Marshall
    Elizabeth Marshall at |

    This is a new author for me and i love the blurb. Definately another one I’ll be adding to my TBR!
    Congratulations on the release!

  6. Trix
    Trix at |

    Good luck with the series!


  7. heath0043
    heath0043 at |

    Congrats and good luck with the new release. i enjoy reading thoughts behind the books that authors write and why. this one sounds great and I have added it to my TBR list.
    heath0043 at gmail dot com

  8. Jess A Jaye
    Jess A Jaye at |

    Congrats on the new release. Another new book to add to be TBR list

  9. debby236
    debby236 at |

    Congrats on the book. It sounds very exciting and am adding to my list.
    debby236 at gmail dot com

  10. susana
    susana at |

    Congratulations on the release. I really like how this book sounds.

  11. lisa44837
    lisa44837 at |

    I don’t see a problem with an author writing different genres. After all, I’m an equal opportunity reader, reading all different genres, why should an author limit themselves to writing only one thing?

  12. Ami
    Ami at |

    Happy release day, Erica. I think it’s interesting if authors can excel in different genres. Besides challenge is good right, you don’t know how you can do it if you don’t try 🙂


  13. Lee Todd
    Lee Todd at |

    congrats on the new release it sounds intriguing 🙂


  14. Erica Cameron
    Erica Cameron at |

    Hi, James!

    Just to clarify, NEMESIS isn’t actually M/M. Blake, the narrator of the story, is intersex and genderfluid. They do periodically use he/him pronouns, but they also use she/her just as often.

    For the rest, thank you! It’s definitely a challenge, but an incredibly fun one. 🙂

  15. Loren
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    I liked the premise, mevalem258 AT gmail DOT com

  16. Carolyn
    Carolyn at |

    I’m an eclectic reader. Yes, I read a lot of romance (both in adult and young adult), but I’m happy to flitter around even when there’s a central romance to paranormal, historical, thriller, mystery, whatever. I like authors who like to do the same with their writing as I do with their reading because when I find an author I love, I really don’t want them to fall into the trap of writing the same stories over and over again. I think I tend to drop them after awhile when that happens. Thanks for sharing with us!

    caroaz [at] ymail [dot] com

  17. Purple Reader
    Purple Reader at |

    Congrats and thanks for the post. You may be jumping all over the place with genres, but you’ve landed a winner for me with a gay YA thriller. Can’t wait to read it. – Purple Reader
    TheWrote [at] aol [dot] com

  18. Ree Dee
    Ree Dee at |

    Congratulations on the new release! I can’t wait to read this.
    ree.dee.2014 (at) gmail (dot) com


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