The star's friends are reportedly already reviewing script and trying out his advice. "I didn't tell them that I wrote it, and they got back to me a week or two later saying, Oh my God! This is really helping me out," News.com.au quoted Kwanten as saying. "One of my friends said his sex life has never been better! They've just taken it as gospel," he added.
Kwanten said that his book will attract all women and men, but Wall Street guys in particular. "Predominantly with men, it's more the finance-type world," he said. "You've got the Wall Street guys that lap up anything that's a chance to make a quick buck," he said. Former 'Home and Away' actor, said he's not sure how good well the finished product will be."I still don't know whether we're going to pitch it as a satire... or as a real self-help book," he said.
The 33-year-old actor seems to be aiming high, as he said that he would be happy to talk about the book on Oprah's famous couch. "If Oprah will have me, that would be kind of hilarious," he said. The book is expected to be completed by September and will hit the stands sometime next year.