Excerpts from Kate Gosselin’s Tell-All Book Tell Us … Nothing

It looks like Kate Gosselin shares secrets just about as well as she dances. For the few of you who didn’t see her latest performance on “Dancing With the Stars,” it was sort of like watching a poor interpretative dance about a stalled car. Now, it seems that Kate has also stalled on sharing anything too juicy in her new memoir, I Just Want You to Know: Letters to My Children on Love, Faith and Family, based on excerpts in Us Weekly. The upcoming book is a series of notes written to the different members of her extensive brood. The notes include reassurances to her children that just because she is busy being famous and getting new hairstyles, doesn’t mean that she won’t always be there for them. Unless she is flying out to L.A to dance. So basically, I Just Want You to Know is a snoozefest. Read on to see some of the most “interesting” excerpts from the memoir, but don’t prepare to be shocked. Advice to daughter Hannah:

“I want you to learn a lesson that I did not learn early enough. Accept help when you need it.”

Regrets about the end of her marriage:

“Much of what I said to Jon was unwarranted. I could have watched what I said better, I could have guarded my tongue better. I wanted to communicate better, but I often failed.”

How she could’ve helped her family more:

“I also didn’t focus on the fact that much of the responsibility for our children, the finances, the schedules and the decisions about the future was on me.”

Do these Kate quotes get you interested enough to buy the book, or are you going to wait until Jon hopefully puts pen to paper? I am thinking it should be called How Ed Hardy and Easy Chicks Helped Get Me Through My Divorce And Lose America’s Love. [Us Weekly via PopEater]