Katie Price has said she is "loving single life" and revealed she is aiming to publish a new autobiography every 18 months.
Denying reports that she is seeing rugby union player Danny Cipriani, the glamour model said: "I don't want to date anybody. There's so many hot guys out there, don't get me wrong, but I'm quite happy."
Katie has been linked with Danny, 24, since the pair were photographed together at Thorpe Park last month.
At the launch of her 45th book and seventh novel Santa Baby, she said: "To be honest, when I'm out no-one ever throws themselves at me anyway. It's normally girls that come up to me. But I'm not complaining. I'm staying single."
The mother-of-three is working on her fifth volume of her life story - at the age of 33. Speaking to ITV1's This Morning, she said she viewed her autobiographies as a "diary".
Her first volume of autobiography - Being Jordan - was published in 2004 and sold more than a million copies, with further instalments in 2006, 2008 and 2010.
She told the programme: "I'll do one every year-and-a-half. It's like a diary."
At the book launch, Katie said that single life had inspired a gruelling gym routine.
She said: "I'm loving single life to the point that I'm knackered because I was up at ten to six this morning training. My abs are killing me, my arms are killing me as I sit here, but I'm enjoying it. I don't have to answer to anybody."
Recently, Katie's punishing workload had left her feeling run-down. She said: "I've had a really, really bad cold, because I work. And you always think you're indestructible and you can carry on."