Touted as "not your mother's self-help book," the new book by Alexis Stewart and Jennifer Koppelman-Hutt may just leave you speechless - a state Alexis and Jennifer have rarely found themselves in. The book is a spinoff of their former radio show, Whatever with Alexis and Jennifer, which aired on Sirius satellite, and their television show of the same name, which aired last year on the Hallmark channel. While Alexis and Jennifer have gone their separate ways, the book is filled with anecdotes about how the two girls grew up, their advice on food, clothing and life in general. It has been called a "tell-all" by various media who have salivated over Alexis' detailed accounts of growing up with Martha: "If I did something wrong, I would have to throw it away and start all over again," she writes. "I grew up with a glue gun pointed at my head." On Halloween, Alexis says, there was rarely anything to celebrate: "There was no costume. There was no anything. We would turn off all the lights and pretend we weren't home." Martha insists the book is all in good fun (it was dedicated to her, after all) and she calls the book "very funny." It is out today.