EXCLUSIVE: Steve Harvey Reveals Details of Second Book, 'Straight Talk, No Chaser'

Steve Harvey's new book will be out later this year, and BlackVoices.com is the place where the celebrated King of Comedy came to dish about it.

Arriving on Dec. 7 via Harper Collins, 'Straight Talk, No Chaser' is the follow-up to the media superstar's debut relationship book, 'Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man,' which skyrocketed to the top of the New York Times Bestseller's List and remained a top seller for more than a year.

Publisher's Weekly is already proclaiming the book to be "a thorough, witty guide to the modern man."

The Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, heralded Harvey, who she said "dispenses a lot of fabulous information about men. It's more than the average man will usually tell you. Steve Harvey will give it up."

"I go so deep into the mindset of men and how we operate and function, and I give women real things that they can do to help in their relationship," Harvey told BlackVoices.com.

"You know, look man, men are not bad people. But women think we're bad because they don't get us at all. We're very, very simple. We all think alike. We all basically think alike when it comes down to commitment, love, relationships, money, sex, whatever it is. We all about basically think the same."

"Women have this odd notion that we should think like them," the new 'Family Feud' host continued.

"I help them get beyond that. I've got a chapter in a book, I've got chapters in this book, that deal with this subject matter, whether you're independent and strong, but lonely. I don't care if you've been cheated on. I don't care if you have a relationship with a guy who won't commit to you. I don't care if your guy labels you as a nagger. Why are you always nagging? Why you all always seem to argue and fight about money? I cover everything in this book, much deeper than I did in the first book."

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