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April 9, 2018 at 2:26 am #29786ElyseSpectator
Everyone should read the book called Let’s Talk About Love by Claire Kann. It’s about a biromatic asexual girl who is ready to give up on love when her girlfriend breaks up with her due to her asexuality. Then she meets/falls for a guy at work and wonders if it’s worth trying again. This book was an emotional roller coaster for me. Parts hit REALLY close to home and I highly recommend it. I am linking the book on Goodreads, as well as my video review, if you’re interested.
Hope you enjoy!April 9, 2018 at 12:06 pm #29790Lori CSpectator
$9.99 for the digital copy is reasonable.
It’s almost 300 pages, though. How long did it take to read?April 9, 2018 at 11:42 pm #29794ElyseSpectator
I read it in just two days. But I read obsessively and it was during my winter break. (I’m a teacher)May 17, 2018 at 8:58 am #30039AnonymousInactive
Thanks for posting this Elyse. I don’t read alot, I rarely finish books and when I do read it’s usually non-fiction. But I found this in a library after reading your post here and I really enjoyed it. So thank you!
Lori C: (Bare in mind I’m a very slow reader.) I don’t remember exactly how long it took me to read it but maybe about a week to 10 days (reading every day). One to two hours at a time. Maybe a few days were more than one session.May 21, 2018 at 1:09 am #30145AnonymousInactive
I absolutely loved this book. It was so relevant, even the family stuff.May 21, 2018 at 8:35 pm #30149GillianParticipant
They have it at my library! Thanks for the recommendationMay 22, 2018 at 2:13 am #30150SandraParticipant
I wrote a non-fiction book for asexuals, called Asexual Perspectives 47 Asexual Stories, Love, Life and Sex, ACElebration of Asexual Diversity. It is out on Amazon and I interviewed 46 asexuals across the globe and asexual spectrum for it. There is at least one biromantic in it. It is a long book but each interviewee has a chapter just for them so it’s easily readable and digestible, and does not just tell you text book definitions of asexual identities and the range of thoughts and feelings across the spectrum, but shows you them through their answers.
SandraMay 25, 2018 at 12:49 am #30162JoyParticipant
I loved this book so much that I read in a day and a half. It was hard to put down for me. I think I have never related to a main character SO much in any book. I’m not biromantic but very relatable.May 25, 2018 at 9:23 am #30164AnonymousInactive
Thanks for the recommendation Sandra, I might check it out!
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