Husband Andreas Bell
'''Jay Bell''' (born February 19, 1977) is an American writer best known as the author of
the ''Something Like''...
The first novel in the series, ''Something like Summer'', is being adapted into a feature film by Blue Seraph Productions under the
direction of David Berry and screenwriter Carlos Pedraza.
lived in Germany with his husband, artist and industrial
designer Andreas Bell, and after same-sex marriage became legal in the
United States, moved back to the United States.
The couple currently reside in Chicago, Illinois. They have two cats
named Joey and Cocoa.
In 2012, Something Like Summer
was included in Amazon's Best Books of 2011: Gay & Lesbian list, and
nominated for to the 24th Lambda Literary Awards in the category of
In 2013, Bell
won the 25th Lambda Literary Awards in the category of Gay Romance
for his novel Kamikaze Boys.
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