Reviewing Asexual Fiction Published by Harmony Ink Press

Last month for Asexual Awareness Week, I reviewed a bunch of asexual stories published by Less Than Three Press. There also happened to be a sale at Dreamspinner Press, and I took advantage of it by buying a bunch of books both from their main imprint and their Harmony Ink Press imprint with asexual characters.

What is Harmony Ink Press, aside from being an imprint of Dreamspinner Press? It is an imprint dedicated to publishing LGBTQ+ YA fiction. You can learn more about them here.

I like that Less Than Three Press has a convenient system for finding all of the ‘asexual’ stories. Alas, Harmony Ink Press has no way of filtering specifically for asexual books, even though they have a way to filter for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender books. Most of their “Queer Spectrum” stories do seem to have asexual characters, which makes me wonder why they don’t just make a separate category for ‘asexual’. I counted, and it seems they have exactly as many ‘asexual’ stories as ‘transgender’ stories, and they do have a separate category for ‘transgender’. I would have probably bought an extra story or too if it had been clearer to me which stories were ‘asexual’.

In any case, I have already posted one review of a Harmony Ink Press title during Asexual Awareness Week. Sometime in November, I plan to post reviews of the following asexual titles from Harmony Ink Press (and no, I am not going to post them all in the same week, because that was really intense).

These links will go live when the reviews are posted:

We Awaken by Calista Lynne (from last month)
“Cold Ennaline” by R.J. Astruc
Crush by Caitlin Ricci
After I Wake by Emma Griffiths
“As Autumn Leaves” by Kate Sands
Ball Caps and Khakis by Jo Ramsey
“Bender” by Gene Gant

I currently do not have copies of Running with the Pack, A Fine Bromance, or “Bender” which means I am not going to review them this month. However, here are reviews of those titles by other people:

Review of Running with the Pack at Just Love
Review of A Fine Bromance at Just Love

I am really curious about the asexual fiction that Harmony Ink Press has published, and I am going to satisfy that curiosity.

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