A humorous and honest graphic memoir of growing up and navigating life as asexual
Rebecca Burgess is a full-time autistic illustrator who identifies as asexual. Their comics have featured in The Guardian, and they love telling stories. How To Be Ace is their first book.
Informative and heartfelt. Rebecca's journey gives voice to asexual
experience, combined with feelings surrounding growing up which the
majority can relate to. How to Be Ace strikes a fine balance
between memoir and information. * Broken Frontier *
I wish this book existed in my late teens. It would have made the next decade of my life so much easier to navigate. It's not preachy at all - just personal, relatable and supportive. I'd definitely recommend it to anyone who thinks they might be on the asexual spectrum. * Happily Ever Homebody *