Job leads, prescription medication, and days until eviction are all in short supply for Carl Danielson. His aspiring filmmaker of an ex-boyfriend, Dwayne, shows up a year after their breakup, offering his destitute former flame $25,000 for the lead in a low-budget feature. There’s a catch, though-the film is based on their relationship. Soon, it’s “lights, camera, chaos” as Carl and Dwayne expose the past year of their separate lives to one another-the broken, nightmarish secrets culminating in a gut-wrenching finale even Hollywood could never imagine.
”Imagine your ex asking you to star in a documentary movie detailing the downfall of your relationship and you still won’t predict the emotional and psychosexual places Woof goes. It’s like a found footage film turned sadomasochistic gay bear fiction.” –Daniel W. Kelly, Boys, Bears & Scares blog
About the Author
Inspired by his years in the Bear community, author Dylan Thomas Good fused a potent mix of screenwriting, sex and suspense to create his first fiction novel, Woof. When he’s not pushing the literary envelope, Good is a musician, billiards player and film enthusiast. He currently resides on the shores of Washington State.