Jennifer Love Hewitt has a dating advice book hitting your local bookstore next year. JLH, who has been linked to celebrities like Carson Daly, John Mayer, "Boy Meets World" star Will Friedle and Jamie Kennedy (her current beau), is becoming an authoress.
The "Ghost Whisperer" actress will release "The Day I Shot Cupid" in March 2010. Her book will include hints on how to flirt through text messages and how to move on after breakups, according to People.
"I thought it was time to share the real story of what I've learned navigating the dating waters," she said in a statement from Voice publishers. "Hopefully, in addition to having a good laugh, women reading this will learn from some of my hard lessons."
But, Jennifer isn't the first celebrity to use their vast knowledge of dating in Hollywood to help regular lovelorn folks. She's only the latest (and no, Carrie Bradshaw doesn't count! Believe it or not, she's not a real person).
Felicity Huffman wrote "A Practical Handbook for the Boyfriend: For Every Guy Who Wants to be One/For Every Girl Who Wants to Build One," and she must know a thing or two since she's been married to fellow actor William H. Macy since 1997. Also, TV's most infamous serial dater, Samantha Jones, er, we mean Kim Cattrall, wrote several books about dating and sex. They include: "Sexual Intelligence" and "Satisfaction."
Speaking of "Sex and the City," onetime talk show host Greg Behrendt penned a dating book spawned from one line in the series that was later turned into a flick (paging: "He's Just Not That Into You"). Steve Harvey recently got in the dating advice game with "Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man: What Men Really Think About Love, Relationships, Intimacy, and Commitment." And funny lady Chelsea Handler talks about love in "My Horizontal Life: A Collection of One-Night Stands.
Reality TV stars also know a thing or two about love. Like "Millionaire Matchmaker" Patti Stanger and her book, "Become Your Own Matchmaker: 8 Easy Steps for Attracting Your Perfect Mate." And, former "Bachelorette" Jen Schefft wrote her ode to dating and singlehood, titled "Better Single than Sorry."
But, if we're betting anyone knows a thing or two about dating it's reality show star Mystery, who's book "The Mystery Method: The Foolproof Way to Get Any Woman You Want Into Bed," will not only teach men how to meet women, but teach women how to avoid those guys.
Will you pick up Jennifer Love Hewitt's dating book when it hits shelves?