'Teen Mom' Farrah Abraham to Pen Three Erotic Novels 'Celebrating Sex Tapes' based on Her Life's Sexuality and Promiscuity

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By nidhi tewari | April 2, 2014 6:50 PM EST

"Teen Mom" Farrah Abraham is set to embark upon a new career, that of a full-fledged erotic novel writer. The 22-year-old, who is known for her teenage pregnancy and explicit sex tapes, has announced that she will write three erotic novels, which will be published by Ellora's Cave publishers.

In the erotic novels, titled "Celebrating Sex Tapes," Farrah, mother of a child, will tell the story of a fictional reality star called Fallon Opal, according to Radaronline.com. The reality television star admitted to the Web site that writing these erotic novels has been therapeutic for her and is mostly based on the incidents in her life.

"In The Making reveals the truth about 'being in the limelight' as a young celebrity. Writing this series was like therapy for me. Fallon's story follows what I've gone through recently, much of it witnessed and misunderstood by the public," Abraham said to the Web site in an interview.

Just like any other writer, Farrah then goes on to reveal that her erotic novel will consist of three books which will deal with a variety of topics including sexuality, promiscuity and also clear some misconceptions about the porn industry.

"Book One is an entertaining and sexually charged novel, but it's also an inside look at the underside of being a reality TV star that everyone else can relate to," the newly turned writer said.

The publishing company is reportedly excited about Farrah's writing. Patty Marks, Ellora's Cave CEO, told the Web site that the erotic novel, written by Farrah, will actually be her "true feelings," with a twist of fiction to make it interesting and she is confident that the books will be bestsellers.

"I think readers will be surprised to find out who Farrah really is and what a great character she has developed with Fallon Opalm," Marks says.

Farrah has also written "My Teenage Dream Ended," which was published in 2012. It became hugely popular amongst young readers.

 "I can see why her first book was a bestseller; it's great to have another independent woman like Farrah in our publishing house celebrating her sexuality," the publisher says. The book is scheduled to be released in July this year.

Do you think it is better to be an erotic novel writer, than being featured in sex tapes? 

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