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The House of Doom, Dreams and Desire

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John Jones believed himself the most proper and enlightened of gay men. Professional, well read and boyishly handsome despite his age, he also believed himself open-minded, tolerant and devoid of vice.

Yet in the end he cannot resist the temptation of the latest tech gadget called, “The House”, a computer generated environment where one could explore their own subconscious
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Published January 1st 2011 by Flying With Red Haircrow
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I love to dream, particularly when I have vivid dreams that involve all my senses. Some of those dreams are so detailed that I’m able to write them down. Others are brief snatches of color, conversation, or fragrances, leaving me with a pleasant sensation upon wakening. And others leave me vaguely unsettled and with a feeling of relief that I couldn’t remember all the details.

Dreams are fun. I get to travel to different places around the world, see friends I haven’t spok
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Mar 29, 2011 Red Haircrow rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
This was a dream I had in it's entirety. I often dream in full colour, surround sound, with all the extras. After waking I spent over two hours typing, nearly non-stop to record this dream, which was beyond anything I'd had before, in exact detail.

Contains explicit sexual descriptions, language and imagery which some might consider disturbing. This is not m/m romance.
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Red Haircrow is an award-winning writer, educator, chef and filmmaker of Native American descent currently based in Berlin, Germany. Red holds a BSc in Psychology, counsels selectively and is a graduate student at MSU Bozeman, Native American Studies. Their research interests include intergenerational historical trauma and native mental health, with an on-going research study on native/indigenous ...more
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