April Daniels

April Daniels is an American author of YA and adult fiction. She is best known for the Nemesis superhero trilogy.

April Daniels lived in Ashland, Oregon, before her family moved to Los Angeles, California. She graduated from the University of California, Santa Cruz, with a degree in literature.

Daniels debuted with Dreadnought in 2017. This YA novel introduces a girl named Danny Tozer, who inherits the mantle of her world's foremost superhero—the eponymous Dreadnought—which gives her powers like flight and the feminine body she has wanted ever since she realized she was transgender.

Her second book, Sovereign (2017), introduces a genderqueer superhero named Kinetiq and continues to explore the moral and mental health implications of Danny's fights with supervillains.

In 2018, both books were optioned for film by Wayne Brady’s production company, Makin’ It Up Productions.

The third and final installment in the Nemesis series is currently in development. Daniels is also a contributor to The Mary Sue.

April Daniels is a trans woman. She currently lives in Portland, Oregon.

Photo credit: FB @MsAprilDaniels
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