A new LGBTQ+ fantasy fiction by local author Kurtis Dolman
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Narrated by Shae Strong

Are you a fan (or think you could be) of paranormal and urban LGBTQ+ fantasy? If so, continue reading about an exciting new book by a local author!

Washington author Kurtis Dolman’s debut novel, The Last Red Wolf, already has quite a few positive reviews on Amazon and Good Reads. It is a “...perfect book for readers looking to transition from young adult stories to adult ones.” (@bearded.bibliomaniac, Good Reads

The Last Red Wolf is the compelling narrative of Lyle Larson, a young man embarking on his university journey in Seattle, Washington. Lyle meets werewolf Chess Beck when Lyle is assigned to tutor him. The electricity they experience cannot be described by chemistry alone, and after their initial meeting, they find themselves inexplicably linked by more than just a passing attraction. The connection and mystery deepens when an accident involving Chess causes Lyle to become the first werewolf turned from a bite in centuries.

Kurtis Dolman’s writing is “...notable for its dynamic character development…. [His] narrative is a harmonious blend of excitement, action, and simmering romance that keeps the pages turning.” (@LiteraryTitan, Good Reads

Kurtis is passionate about Queer representation. According to his author bio, Kurtis “…writes from the heart and incorporates recurring themes experienced within the LGBTQ+ community and embeds them into an entertaining fantasy that reviews are calling captivating and electrifying.”

To grab your own copy of The Last Red Wolf, you can order one through bookshop.org AND support local bookstore Adventures Underground at the same time! Visit https://bookshop.org/shop/au for more information. 

For more information about Kurtis Dolman and his writing, visit https://thedolmanfamilybooks.com/

Ellicia Elliott is the Events Editor for Tumbleweird, a theatre director, and an educator. She holds an MFA in Directing from the University of Idaho. She lives and works on the traditional lands of the Palouse, Cayuse, Umatilla, Yakama, and Walla Walla Peoples.