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An Incomplete, Semi-Autobiographical Novel

No Aloha
7 February 1985

n/a was born in 1985.

The first few years of his life, spent living in what can only be described as a basement, was filled with various innoculations, hours of parentally-approved television, and complex word games.

His adolescent years was a mixed time of grief, book reading and a brief dive into the world of the occult.

His teenage years pretty much mimicked that of his childhood, but with the ever-popular onset of puberty, the noticably sinister twist of sexual confusion, and the limitless possibilities of mind-expanding substance abuse.

In 2004, he moved to the small, but largely-mexican city of Pacoima in California, which boasts the highest crime-rate of all San Fernando Valley areas. During this period, he found employment at one of the largest adult entertainment websites in the industry working as a customer service representative. In his sparetime, he undertook various projects of equally varying degrees of quality including home recording, painting, and photography.

During the summer of 2006, he reluctantly returned to Oahu and consequently to Morning Brew, a small coffee shop in Kailua where he now spends most of his waking hours reading or talking to the handful of friends that still willingly associate with him.

These events have inevitably shaped him into the person you see cartwheeling across the thin line of sanity today.

Dominic has a number of other interests and involvements, many of which are detailed below:

Click here if you would like to learn more about my mysterious sub-consious.
Click here if you would like to learn more about my unnatural musical taste.
Click here if you would like to experience homemade experimental recordings.


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