Don’t Text Your Ex Happy Birthday

And Other Advice on Love, Sex, and Dating

$35.00

An honest, humorous, all-encompassing dating advice guide for a new generation fromThe Bachelor’s Nick Viall

This book is not yet published, but will be available from December 2022.

ISBN: 9781419755491 Category:

Nick Viall

Description

From The Bachelor’s Nick Viall, an honest, humorous, all-encompassing dating advice guide for a new generationEvery Sunday celebrity heartthrob Nick Viall answers questions from his followers about love, lust, dating, and heartbreak with his trademark charm, cheeky sense of humor, and relatable, intimate anecdotes. This tradition has become so popular that Viall made these Q&A sessions the backbone of his successful podcast, The Viall Files. Now all of Viall’s charm and advice can be found within the pages of Don’t Text Your Ex Happy Birthday, a full-fledged dating advice book that explores his most asked about themes. Trying to figure out if friends with benefits is worth it? Unsure if he’s really into you? Can’t decide if you and your partner are in a rough patch or at the end of the relationship? Thinking about moving in together? Filled with stories and one-liners you’ll be texting your friends, Viall is here with all the answers and more.

Additional information

Weight 300 g
Dimensions 13.969999999999999 x 20.955000000000002 cm
Publisher name ABRAMS
Publication date 8 December 2022
Number of pages 224
Format Hardback
Dimensions 13.969999999999999 x 20.955000000000002 cm
Weight 300 g

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Nick Viall is a Los Angeles–based entertainment personality and entrepreneur who is best known for starring in the 21st season of ABC's The Bachelor after participating in three prior seasons of the franchise. Since then, Viall has built a name for himself as a contemporary and very opinionated dating advice guru, in addition to working as a TV actor, with roles on shows such as Insecure, Teachers, Speechless, and Family Guy. In 2019 his podcast The Viall Files was listed by iTunes and the Associated Press as one of the most popular podcasts. He lives in Los Angeles.