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Jenny McCarthy gives advice on love [HD]

Lindsey Miller Crouch
Jenny McCarthy gives advice on love [HD]

“I’m hoping that I can inspire other women with what I’ve learned so they don’t have to go through the same type of hardships that I have,” said author Jenny McCarthy.

When you think of Jenny McCarthy you might think, blonde bomb shell or even Playmate of the Year. But how about New York Times best selling author? Well, she is.

“Actually it’s depressing after you finish each of her books because then it was over,” said Shawna Wright. “For me that was depressing but she always writes another one, so this will be a different twist.”

Just like her other six books, this one is already on the New York Times best seller list. In this new book she’s opening up about contemporary relationships using humor, facts, fantasy and inspirational messages, as she looks back on the experiences from her first love to her last.

“When someone fails miserably in certain areas of their life or have a health crisis, and I happen to have gone through both with my lovers and a health crisis with my son then I think that when you go through those types of experiences, you learn a lot of lessons,” said McCarthy.

Changing pace from her last book on autism now to Love, Lust and Faking It, Jenny McCarthy arrived at the Barnes & Noble in Dallas, with hundreds of fans waiting to meet her.

“I would have gotten here at two in the morning if I had to,” said Wright.

Don’t let the title of the book fool you. McCarthy says there’s deeper meaning behind all the fluff.

“The faking it part of the book, people I’m think I’m talking about the obvious, when really I’m not,” said McCarthy. “I’m talking about how to become your authentic self and how not to fake it.”

McCarthy did some research before writing this book.

“I slept with a lot of men,” said McCarthy. “That was my research.”

“To have someone of her caliber to be so vulnerable and to expose everything that she’s been through that’s huge to be that vulnerable,” said Wright.

“You don’t need a lover in your life to have love in your life,” said McCarthy.

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2 Responses to “Jenny McCarthy gives advice on love [HD]”

  1. Sarah Spence Says:

    Beautiful job, LC! I’m excited to check out the book.

  2. KK Mayhew Says:

    Great job! Look forward to the next one!

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