Brandi Glanville's book won't be available until next year, but on Thursday, Dec. 13, fans of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star got an early sneak peek of what's in store come February.
Glanville, 40, tweeted a photo of the book's cover, which shows the mom-of-two posing with a glass of white wine in one hand and a phone in the other. The title of her much-anticipated tell-all? Drinking & Tweeting and Other Brandi Blunders.
"SO EXCITED to share with you all...my NEW book cover!!" the prolific Twitter user wrote on the micro-blogging site.
Glanville's tome -- which she has described as half-memoir, half-how-to -- reportedly details her split from ex-husband Eddie Cibrian, who cheated on her in 2009 with LeAnn Rimes, his co-star in Northern Lights. (Cibrian and Rimes married in April 2011 and share custody of his and Glanville's two kids, Mason, 9, and Jake, 5.)
Earlier this year, the single star opened up to Us Weekly about the book, saying: "I absolutely can't wait to add author to my resume and to share all of my breakup blunders with my faithful supporters, fans, and hopefully the entire world -- buckle up, it's gonna be a bumpy ride!"
Later, she teased Fox 411 with more details. "It's a cautionary tale about breaking up and making sure that before you become part of a 'we' you have to become an 'I' -- and I wasn't," she said. "It's just a tale of what I went through, the mistakes I made, what I'd do differently, the things that I did that I'm proud of. There's a lot of embarrassing detail. I want people to not be embarrassed going through breakups and divorces, to know what to do before they get involved in a relationship."
Glanville certainly has plenty of material -- especially given her ongoing and very public feud with Rimes, who she says is a danger to her boys. (In an exclusive interview with Us Weekly's Rebecca Bienstock, the Real Housewives star revealed that Mason became extremely ill after accidentally eating his stepmom's laxatives.)
The battle between Cibrian's past and current loves has been good for Glanville in at least one respect, though: publicity for Drinking & Tweeting.
"WOOHOO!" the author tweeted Dec. 9, one day after Rimes broke down during an interview with Giuliana Rancic. "I just got off the phone with my book editor and our numbers went up even more last night after a certain E news interview!"