IGN: Have you ever considered writing a book about how to make your life better?
Is that something you could write about?
Is there a book that you would recommend to someone who’s in the middle of a disaster or crisis?
Alex Gandy: I would say, yeah, definitely, absolutely, definitely.
I think it’s very important.
I was raised in an environment where we all had to make decisions about what to do.
I grew up in a household where people were doing whatever they could to make sure they could survive and make their families comfortable, but they were always thinking about how they could help others.
So it’s hard to imagine life without this.
If you can find a way to live better, that’s so cool.
That’s something I really look forward to.
There are many people who have this.
They are very busy people and they want to make a difference, but their world is a little bit chaotic.
It’s hard not to think about this as well.
I would say the most important thing is to do it for your family, and then if you can’t do it, at least think about how you can make the world a better place.
If I could recommend one book that would be really helpful, I would definitely say The Most Important Thing in Life is Your Family, because that is about you.
It really touches on that.
The most important things in life are your family and your friends, and they are the ones who will help you through tough times.
I’m very fortunate to have a strong family and good friends, but the important thing to do is to get your family on board, especially your family.
I know it sounds a little cliche, but you can take care of yourself, especially if you have a disability, you can do your own laundry, you don’t have to worry about people staring at you.
Just be yourself.
That is really the most helpful thing you can give your family to do, because they are going to feel like you are helping them out.
The only thing I can’t give them is my job.
They know I’m a writer and that’s what I’m here for.
I am a good, honest person, and I think they should really take care when they’re around me, and it’s really important to be that.
Alex Gander: There’s so much to talk about.
I hope people enjoy reading this.
I’ve always been fascinated by books, and one of my goals is to help people read books.
And so I wanted to share a few of my favorites.
First of all, I read a book called The Little House on the Prairie and I loved it, and there are many stories in it that are really beautiful, and really inspirational.
And that’s something that really resonates with me.
I have been thinking about the way that we as a culture tend to treat the homeless, and how we tend to do things like take the homeless away from their loved ones.
That really resonated with me when I was a kid, and that resonated really strongly with me in the last year or two.
But there are so many wonderful stories, too.
I really wanted to give some of them to people who would be interested.
So I just picked two, and we are going out to New York, and the first one is about a guy who comes to New Jersey to live with his wife and kids, and he goes to the homeless shelter.
It was so touching to me, because it’s such a difficult situation, and you can tell he’s really struggling.
I loved that one.
The other one, the one I read to my daughter when I got home, is about an artist who lives in San Francisco.
The art is amazing, and everyone’s just like, “Wow!
You are so talented!”
I want to say to people, this is something that’s important, but I really want to share this with you because I really love you, and if you’re interested in it, I really hope that you’ll give it a read.
The best part of it is that it’s free, and so you don’s get to read it on your own.
It is so easy to just pick up a book.
I recommend you do that.
I would really love to hear from you, because I know I’ve probably asked you questions you never thought about.
And I would also love to read some more of your stories, because if you want to give me a chance, you have to.
You’re a writer.
You’ve got a lot of work to do and a lot to learn, but there’s so many people around you that are helping you along the way.
They have all the time in the universe to help you.
Alex Hsu: I love books, so it’s great to know that you have an interest in what I do.
And thank you for listening to us.
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