TMI for short! I’m here to answer your questions! Ask me about my life. Ask me about yours! Get advice, challenge me with your best riddle, or ask me about that one time that Ben did that one thing. What was up with that? No inquiry is too nerdy. No demand is too needy. There’s no such thing as “too much information” in my opinion! To participate, post your question (just one, please) in the comment section below. I’ll answer each with a video response. These will be shared on my YouTube channel and on Facebook. Some I may get to sooner than others or never at all. If you’re hearing impaired and have a question, let me know and we’ll work something out. Oh, and I’ll be saying your name, so if you’re on the run from the law, better make one up!

You can find all my video responses here!

  • Daniel Alejandro Steinhold Cab

    So after reading all your books I am going through abstinence. Which books do you recommend? Do you have a MUST read list?

  • Michael Wallace

    I have three short questions. I know you plan on wrapping up the main books for the Something like series soon. Do you plan on continuing the little stories on Patreon related to the series?
    Do you plan on writting any stories for you other books (Hells Pawn or Kamakzi boys)?
    Where is your favorite place to take a vacation?

  • Anja ?????

    Hi 🙂 Are there any plans to visit Germany again? Say for Euro Pride Con, or book fairs?

  • Randy L Revels Jr.

    I am the advisor for our school’s Gay Straight Alliance and I was wondering which book of yours you feel would be the best to appeal to a teenage audience (ages 14-18 for my students)

  • Eric King

    I feel like I’ve asked you everything over the years as you’ve done this so I don’t know what else to ask. 🙂 I’ll keep it simple: What did you get for Christmas?

  • Mel Vinci David Cruz

    Hi Jay! Just finished reading Something like Rain, finally found the time needed. Thank you, Christmas Break 🙂
    anyways, in the book, it tackled a lot about long distance relationships and waiting, waiting, waiting.
    So,my question is: Do people really wait?
    But my real question is: what are your tips in maintaining the sparks of the relationship which is suffering from a long-distance distress?
    Thank you and Happy Holidays!

  • Rin Matsuoka

    I love your books, you will always be my favorite author and i will always owe you for what you have done for me. I wanted to ask who your favorite character is in the ‘Something like…’ series? I know its like choosing your favorite child but cmon ?. Also have you ever thought of having children?

    From Kiani Hemingway

  • Gary Hanauer

    Will we I be able to see the movie in theaters? Please say yes.

  • Stephanie

    Now that you are wrapping up the Something Like series (sniff, sniff) are you still planning on writing, and if so, what will be next?

  • Victor Laviosa Livinalli

    First and foremost thank you so so much for changing my life with your books. I wanted to be mad at you for ending the series (almost had an Annie Wilkes moment there) but I understand that as a creative person you can’t stay stuck on the same project forever. I’m sure you have plenty more good ideas cooking up for your ever faithful audience.

    Now for a funny question: a friend and I have a running gag that you must have met a fiery mexican with a very impressive set of tools (wink) that eventually became Tim. Was there one? Did he break your heart?

    Also, how come everyone in the series is so well endowed? If only real life was like that!!

    Kisses and hugs and love to you and Andreas


    Victor from Venezuela

    • Answered! And I know you know. It just helps me to mark these after I’ve made a video. 🙂

  • Dominic Mortimer

    is something like Rain and something like Goodbye are they both on paperback so i can get a copy of them

  • Chris

    My question is will there be another set of art cards and can we talk about your cute cat

  • Carlie Sini

    Hi Jay, here there is my question: do you give importance to spirituality in your life? I’m not talking about any religion but about a space of intimacy with yourself and your soul.
    A big hug,

  • Derek Castle

    Jay, I have a couple of story ideas that I am working on and your books have inspired me. What advice do you have for an aspiring amateur writer?


  • Morgan

    Hi Jay! What are some of your favorite movies? Favorite genres? What is your favorite LGBT film? General questing just curious about your taste in movies.

  • music_scribe

    Hi Jay. I have been working on a novel for almost nine years. Your books helped get me out of a two year period of writer’s block. What advice do you have for an aspiring writer?


    • The answer is up on Facebook and YouTube!

  • Jakin Vela

    In regards to your writing career, who has been your biggest mentor/supporter/advocate, and why? 🙂 Love your books!

  • Victor Lichtenberg Falzoni

    Jay, you´re a great, great writer, read many of your books and even re-read a few of them. Can´t help but wonder… Where do you get inspiration from to start the “something like” series? You have an outstanding talent.

  • ethan_hines

    Have you do you plan to introduce Trans* characters?

  • fozia1515

    Hi sorry if this has already been answered. I finished reading Hell’s Pawn a few days ago and would like to know if you plan on continuing with that world? It was such an interesting concept. I’d love to read more about John and also about Dante and Rimmon. I’ve loved all of your books that I’ve read so far and can’t wait to read more . – Fozia

  • Marcelo Castaldeli

    Jay! Marcelo again! Actually I have a personal question, it would be like an advice, we could call it “Something Like Therapy”. I would like to know how long were you and Andreas together before you decided to get married or just living together? And when you moved to Germany, how long were you together then? Was it hard at the beginning? I could use some advice. I’ve been dating a guy for 2 months, and we are very in love. I live alone, so we sleep together like 4 to 5 nights a week. And we are great together. We’ve talked about living together, even marriage. Problem is: I’ve been asked by the company I work to be in a project for 4 years in another country (Mexico, in Baja California). What do I do? I’ve been single for almost 8 years now, and now I’m very happy. If I turn this offer down, I might be unemployed soon. What to choose? Love or career? Feel free to answer me by messaging if you don’t think it’s a good video question. I would love to hear from someone with your experience! Love to you and Andreas! Hugs from Brazil!!!

    • Answered! I’ll keep my fingers crossed that everything works out!

  • Megan

    Hey Jay my name is Megan I am just wondering from a writers point of view do you think when writing a book it’s easy to just jump right to it or have you ever had to use an outline to get starts?

  • Marlene Mortensen

    Hey Jay nice video last time. I remember asking a similar question a few years back. Got a novel nearly 70 A4 pages long now – been reediting like 8 – 10 times stretched over those years. Been wondering if you’d ever thought about writing something in a different genre ? Like a non (gay)book

  • Jesse McCain

    Hello jay,
    I have two questions first one is would you ever consider doing a live stream with your patreon suppoters? Second question is what was the inspiration behind telling the different viewpoints in the something like series? Thanks for writing your books!

  • Rin Matsuoka

    What did everyone from ‘Something like autumn’ listen to? Music wise, love you xx

  • Caleb Luttrell

    I would like to know how I can find the new movie please!?!?

  • Stephen Hurwitz

    Hello. I am wondering how many different covers of each of your books there are. I’m just talking about the fonts. I’m trying to collect them all. I like the way they all look together. Were all of the Something Like series issued with the words Something Like on the top left of the cover or were, Autumn, Spring, and Lightning, just mockups, and never issued that way. Thanks.