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Whitney Port Gives Life Guide in Book

April 22, 2010 (8:07 am) GMT
Whitney is following the footsteps of Lauren Conrad to become an author in 'True Whit' which is hoped to inspire people with her personal story.

Reality TV star is set to become the latest "" cast member to write a book - after signing on to pen a self-help guide for young women. The show's former star has been on the fast track to literary success since the release of her bestselling fiction novels, "L.A. Candy", and "Sweet Little Lies", and now Port is adding author to her resume.

She'll offer personal stories and advice in "True Whit", which is set for release in 2011. She says, "Being a twenty-something can be a difficult phase. There are so many questions, and I wanted to write about my experiences for anyone who needs help navigating through life."

"It's a really fun and fresh how-to guide, where I can share anecdotes that I've learned from both work and my personal life."

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