First Look: Jenni ‘JWoww’ Farley’s Debut Book

Another Published Author Emerges from MTV's 'Jersey Shore'

First it was Mike The Situation Sorrentino, then it was Nicole Snooki Polizzi … now Jenni JWoww Farley has become the third published author to come from the hit MTV reality TV series Jersey Shore. JWoww, with the help of a ghost writer (who prolly wrote 98.4% of the book), will be releasing a book titled The Rules According to JWOWW: Shore-Tested Secrets on Landing a Mint Guy, Staying Fresh to Death, and Kicking the Competition to the Curb chock full of her “Shore-approved” dating tips early next month and today we get our first look at the book and our first read at the pearls of wisdom that are contained within.

Forget the old-fashioned rules of dating – Jenni “JWOWW” Farley wants to show people how to connect Jersey Shore style. Her new book, The Rules According to JWOWW: Shore-Tested Secrets on Landing a Mint Guy, Staying Fresh to Death, and Kicking the Competition to the Curb (William Morrow), is out Feb. 8 and promises to offer a “modern” guide to dating. And, according to the publisher, it will be fierce. “Jenni has become famous for both her cleavage-baring tops and her tough-as-nails approach to life and love,” a release from her publisher reads. In the book, JWOWW recounts “never-before-shared anecdotes” and informs readers about “what she has learned about men, sex, smackdowns and standing up for yourself.” “I am like a praying mantis,” reads a quote from the star. “After I have sex with a guy I will rip their heads off.” She’ll also discuss her “wildest moments on Jersey Shore as well as her past relationships – the good, the bad, and the gorillas – as well as how to handle competition on the dating scene.”

LOL. Literature, folks … this is PURE literature. I can’t even deal. Priced at about $10 at Amazon, I’m certain the publisher is hoping to move these books based on the kitsch factor alone. Not to be mean or anything but the types of people who think they might benefit most from JWoww‘s praying mantis-like dating tips prolly aren’t big readers so I’m not sure who the target audience is for this is book but … well, if this ain’t proof positive that anyone with the meagerness modicum of fame can become a published author then I don’t know what is.

So, I gotta ask … does The Rules According to JWOWW: Shore-Tested Secrets on Landing a Mint Guy, Staying Fresh to Death, and Kicking the Competition to the Curb sound like a tome you’d like to add to YOUR library?

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  1. nancy

    Hello? Is that even her face on the cover?

  2. desi

    She looks like a porn star.

  3. Kells

    Jenni has become famous for both her cleavage-baring tops and her tough-as-nails approach to life and love,” ………. In other words, she’s famous for taking off her clothes and getting into bar fights…. I’ll bet her mama is a proud lady today!!!!

  4. Mela

    Fresh to death…I seriously might buy this book for story time with my friends. I mean really.

  5. Onyx

    If someone buys this book for actual dating advice, they r a lost cause already. Haha.

  6. you know, im kind of interested in it…not for the info shes handing out….but i think she would have the most interesting book out of all of them

  7. Jenn

    “with the help of a ghost writer (who prolly wrote 98.4% of the book)”

    LMAO!!!

  8. A

    America: A country in which talentless, stupid alcoholics get their own books published. Jesus Christ.

  9. Pitchatrent

    TRENT,
    You really shouldn’t speak so harshly of a book you haven’t even read yet. I don’t know why you talk such shit about jwoww, or any of the jersey shore crew. They rose to fame just as, if not more, organically than any of the hills cast or kardashians; but i don’t hear you talking shit about them writing books etc. Don’t mock this girls fame.
    If heidi and spencer can write a damn book, jwoww is just as- if not highly more- capable. You don’t even know the girl or the deal with this book so why would you insult her by saying she didn’t actually write any of it. I think close to 100% of published authors out there have help from a collaborate and/or ghostwriter. Who do you think you are anyway? Why do you have to try and tear this girl down?
    boo to you trent

  10. BCDanielle

    Ugh, she’s gross!

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