Book dedications might not always pop out to the reader, but they’re one of the most important, and often very interesting, parts of the book. Here are some of my favorites.
It’s been one heck of a Pride Month this year, hasn’t it? Let’s do some celebrating by hyping up sci-fi and fantasy books by trans authors!
I’ve been gone from blogging for a while, but I’ve been reading a ton! Now that I’m back, I thought I’d catch you all up on what I’ve been reading in 2020.
This time we’re wrapping up two months! Combined, a lot happened in October and November. Most of it was me struggling to get back into reading and blogging, but hey. I did it!
While it’s still the season of giving thanks, I’d like to post a list of some books I’m thankful for. There are as many reasons to be thankful for a book as there are books, so I’ll explain a little bit about why each of these will always hold a special place in my heart. Whether they’re one of my favorite books of all time or one that I’m happy exists, here’s a list of books I’m thankful for this season.
TIME TO FREAK OUT! I’ve read 24 books out of my goal of 52 this year which puts me two books behind, but gives me enough to answer these questions. So let’s get started with the Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag 2019 The best book you’ve read so far in 2019 On a Sunbeam by […]
June 2019 was such a busy month! Between BookExpo and 30 Days of Pride, there's a whole to talk about.
Welcome back to 30 Days of Pride on Ace Of Bens! Today, I’d like to welcome M.K. England, the author of The Disasters (2018) and the upcoming Spellhacker (2020). They’re here to talk about queer rep in sci-fi and in their books, celebrating pride month, and a whole lot more. I’m so excited to have […]
In honor of the new Detective Pikachu movie hitting theaters yesterday, I thought it’d be appropriate to find a Pokémon tag to do. I stumbled upon the Gotta Read ‘Em All tag by Sammantha @ ThatBookishGamer, and I figured I’d give it a go, since I am, indeed, trying to read all the books. Ugh, […]
Are you tired of seeing nothing but tragedy in books with LGBTQ+ representation? Me too. That’s why I created a list of books with queer rep that aren’t so sad!