Kail isn't joking about the long process. We first shared news about her book in April – and she said it was almost ready to go then. About the book, Kail originally tweeted, "Not so much about being a teen mom — more about living with an addict and absent father resulting in where I am now."
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Kail said Pride Over Pity will definitely hit book stores in 2014, adding, fans will be "impressed" and "won't expect what's coming." The mom of two also shared that she "dreams #PrideOverPity becomes a NY Times bestseller."
I don't know if I'll be buying a copy of Kail's book or not, but I hope she outsells the barely literate Farrah Abraham. By a lot. And then some. Then I'll for sure buy one just to make it by a lot and then some plus one.
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