Dan Ackerman is a writer and educator who has lived in Connecticut for their entire life. They received wrote their Master's thesis on representations of women in same-sex relationships in contemporary Spanish literature and cinema.
In their spare time, Dan continues to read and write, supplemented with a healthy amount of movie marathons and gaming.
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Books By Dan Ackerman
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Summary: Dan Ackerman received the 2018-2019 Rainbow Award for Gay Contemporary General Fiction. Two titles shared the honor: The Things that Come and That Doesn’t Belong Here. Dan is a dominant, innovative, unique voice in LGBTQ fiction. Angels shouldn't pal around with demons, especially not ones they've been sent to assassinate. They shouldn't work with them or cook them dinner, or strike a deal with the Devil for them either. Sunshine probably isn't a very good angel. The demon in question is Felix Specter. He's forgiven Sunshine for stabbing him all those years ago. He's got a lot on his plate: a curse, his mental health, and a questionable love life. Finding out Sunshine owes the Devil a few favors doesn't help. Neither did that kiss, not that Felix will talk about it anyway. On top of everything else, Sunshine and Specter have a case to solve. They handle issues that human detectives can't, like monsters in the sewer, mages doing illegal charms, and runaway witches. But they've always dealt with anything the city has to offer. Would could be different this time?
Summary: Arden inherited Eden, a space station floating over a dying planet. He also inherited an oppressive class system, worker shortages, and an entitled ruling class that refuses to make concessions. Rhys, a worker who’s earned Arden’s trust, helps him make unpopular changes to keep Eden alive. Arden's reputation as a shallow and formula-addled leader leaves his friends and foes skeptical of his leadership. Rhys gains power and is met with resistance from the ruling class. But without intervention, Eden's labor shortages may lead to the end of the station, and Terra One, within Arden's lifetime.