I started writing a gay romance story about a soldier when I was in the Army.
In 2008, my first story, “A Kiss From The Stars,” was published in “The Wall Street Post” magazine.
The following year, I won a “Best Short Story” award from the “Chicago Tribune Literary Review” and received the National Book Award for “A Soldier’s Story,” in recognition of my story.
My career has been full of highs and lows.
It has been tough, and there have been ups and downs, too.
But in my heart, I always believed that if I could create a good story, and put it into words, it would make a difference for people.
I believe I have.
As a gay military veteran, I have always been grateful for the stories I have heard and the support I have received.
It’s always been there for me, and I am grateful for it.
I’m a military writer.
I don’t consider myself an artist.
I work on the front lines and make the stories that soldiers need to hear.
I also write about soldiers.
I do that because I care about them.
They are my soldiers.
As I write stories, I try to create a picture of someone who has been through so much, and who still loves their friends, family and country.
As an artist, I see the story, the characters, and the world in my head, and my work is a reflection of that.
The truth of my stories is more important than the words.
I try not to write anything that is controversial or out of bounds.
I just write about things I love and I hope to make people smile.
I want people to connect with the people who I love.
I love the Army and love my soldiers, and that’s all I want.
A gay soldier who survived the Iraq War is a soldier who deserves the respect that they are getting in this country.
I know that because of the stories they tell, and because of how they live their lives.
But, just as important, I also believe in the power of stories to inspire people.
It is in this spirit that I am telling you about the story of a soldier, who, during the course of the war, fought for the U.S. and won a war for his country.
It was a tough war.
It involved the U,S.
Army, the Iraqi Army and coalition forces.
The story is told in the first part of my “A soldier’s Story” collection, “I Can’t Believe This Is True: The Story of a Soldier Who Fought for the United States and Won a War.”
It is the story that a soldier told me in the winter of 2009, as he watched Iraqis march into Baghdad.
My story is called “I’m the One That Won.”
My story was about a young man named Ira.
Ira was 17.
He had just graduated from high school and had just started to make his way in the military.
He was on his way to serve his country and to his dream of being a captain in the U .
He would become one of the first openly gay men to be deployed to Iraq.
I called him by his nickname, Ira, and asked him to tell me about himself and his experience.
I said, I am a young soldier who wants to live my life, and not tell anybody about it.
He said, OK.
But I’ll tell you what.
He told me about the moment that he first heard the word “Iraq.”
He said that he was standing in a line of soldiers, with his face painted with a yellow stripe, and he was told that he had to go.
The soldiers were wearing yellow and red uniforms.
And he was telling them, You can’t tell anyone about this because you are not in uniform, because you have been deployed to Afghanistan.
And the soldier said, You don’t have to do that, because it’s not a war.
He says he was the first one to see that flag.
The soldier said he was very emotional, because he thought it was a sign that the Iraqis were not going to give up and they were not leaving.
And, of course, he did not like it.
So, he said, All right, I’m leaving.
He ran away, and was followed by the other soldiers.
And then, he says, They grabbed me and they pulled me by the hair, and they said, This is a war, and you’ve got to be part of it.
And I just started crying, because I felt that they were just trying to kill me.
They said, We don’t want you.
And so, I was on my way to the front line, fighting for my country.
Ira had an older brother and a younger sister.
He fought with the U.,S.
Marines in the Battle of Najaf in Iraq, when the U Army was fighting against the