I’m going to be talking about a guy who just happens to be one of the most famous, and one of my all-time favorite, writers of all time.
But first, I’m not going to let the title of my book fool you.
The Lad is not just a story about a writer who, at one point in his life, had a crush on a girl.
Instead, it is about how he made that girl into a woman and why he made the decision to do it.
The Lad is an American classic, a work of modernist fiction that has been translated into several languages and has been adapted into several movies, from The Matrix to The Hurt Locker.
But in the 1980s, it was still only a kid’s fantasy.
It was published in the United States in 1984 and its main character, William Bales, is not a boy.
The story takes place in Los Angeles in 1984, when Bales is a 16-year-old college student and a student at the Riverdale High School, one of California’s most elite schools.
It’s not long before he meets the beautiful and shy Emily, a young woman who’s just starting her career in Los Angles.
But it’s not until Emily asks him out for a date that he realizes she’s a girl, and he is forced to make a decision about what kind of man he wants to be.
At its core, The Lad revolves around a boy and a girl who have a love story and a lot of drama.
Bales has an interest in Emily, so he has a crush.
But that crush is not something he has always had.
As a teenager, Bales had a reputation as a loner, who had problems with boys.
And as a college student, he was constantly in trouble with the law, which meant he could never fully pursue a degree in psychology.
The result was a sense of hopelessness that was the source of his frustration.
He also had a lot to prove, and it seemed like he was never going to find any.
But this sense of failure and self-doubt drove him to do whatever he could to prove himself.
He made up for lost time and lost money by going on dates.
But one day, Emily decides she wants to try something else.
She wants to do the same things he did, so she invites him out to her apartment for dinner and she introduces him to a girl named Olivia.
And, by the end of the night, they become one of those two.
Bales has no idea what she is talking about.
He’s already spent the night in her apartment, and, as he tries to get her to come home, he doesn’t think he’s up to anything, not even a date.
She doesn’t believe him.
So he takes her home and goes into her bedroom, where he sees Olivia, naked and wrapped in a towel.
She tries to seduce him, but he doesn