The City star Whitney Port is following in the footsteps of her former Hills costar Lauren Conrad and penning a book. Whitney’s True Whit will be an advice book for young women described by publisher It Books as “conversational, fun, and candid.” True Whit is due out next year, but lucky for you, Crushable’s gotten its hands on a hard-to-get advance copy and so we can give you a preview:
Chapter 1: Being Boring Isn’t Always A Bad Thing
Are you lacking in personality? No worries, using her own personal experiences, Whitney will show young women how to create a brand out of being “vanilla” or “the human equivalent of beige.”
Chapter 5: How To Make Friends With The Right People
Undoubtedly, Whitney’s relationship with The Hills creators are what made her a star. She also just happened to be friends with interesting people like Roxy Olin, who she could bring onto her show The City so it’s not kicked off the air by MTV. In this chapter, Whitney will outline how to give advice by simply nodding your head and saying nothing, and how to craft the perfect blank stare.
Chapter 6: How To Conduct Fake Relationships With Guys For The Sake Of Your Career
Relationships with guys are just as important as your relationships with friends and powerful television producers. Having a boyfriend can help lend your life that sense of drama that is required for holding people’s attention on you, so Whitney explains her own acting techniques and shares the contract she’s had with “ex-boyfriends.”
Chapter 9: How To Launch A Fashion Line Without Any Experience
Whitney tells the true story of how her personal connections and desire to design clothing for young women resulted in her Whitney Eve line. If you ever thought you needed fashion industry experience to become a designer, this chapter will change your mind, and possibly send you in a new career direction.
Chapter 12: When All Else Fails, Write A Book
Not sure if this chapter was actually supposed to be included. All the pages are blank.