MASTERPOST: Books with ASEXUAL representation

Disclaimer: as of today, 11/11/18, I have NOT read any books in this thread, but I have 2 (they’ll be marked) I’m waiting on from Amazon~

I’ll update this list with more ace books I find

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1. Let’s Talk About Love // Claire Kann
•ordered from Amazon

2. Tash Hearts Tolstoy // Kathryn Ormsbee

3. Radio Silence // Alice Oseman

4. We Awaken // Calista Lynne

5. How To Be A Normal Person // T.J. Klune
•ordered from Amazon+recc’ed to me by someone I know IRL

6. A Darker Shade of Magic // V.E. Schwab

7. The Asexual Equation // R.J. Seeley

8. Beneath the Citadel // Destiny Soria

9. The Lady’s Guide to Petticoats and Piracy (#2 in a series) // Mackenzi Lee

10. Vanilla // Billy Merrell 

Brought to my attention by @melon-official, thank you!

11. 27 Hours (#1 in The Nightside Saga) // Tristina Wright

Brought to my attention by @diadelwalrus, thank you! 

12. The Memoirs Of Lady Trent (series) by Marie Brennan

Brought to my attention by @aravisthetarkheena !

things to ask yourself at the end of each chapter and/or scene:

  • what do we learn about the characters in this chapter/scene?
  • how does what we learn tie into the plot?
  • what sort of feelings does this scene/chapter induce?
  • what is the point of this scene/chapter? (it doesn’t have to be a big point, but there must be some point)