Farrah Abraham Is The Dumbest Genius Ever

Farrah Abraham, Star Of 'Back Door Teen Mom,' On 'Dr. Phil'
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Farrah Abraham is continuing her goal of becoming not just a media frenzy, but also an author.

In news that will make literati everywhere cringe and start writing letters to their loved ones, Farrah Abraham -- star of classics like her sex video Back Door Teen Mom and it sequel Farrah 2: Back Door And More got yet another book deal.

And for as dumb as she seems, Abraham is actually kind of a genius.

What the struggling starlet lacked in foresight when becoming a porn star, she's making up for in business savvy: While she makes mistakes along the way, including taking her daughter Sophia with her to meetings at Vivid Video, the woman is great at striking will the iron is hot.

What will her tomes chronicle? What she knows: Sex and reality TV.

"In The Making reveals the truth about 'being in the limelight' as a young celebrity," Abraham, 22, told Radar Online. "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. 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."

It's unclear who the "everyone else" she's talking about is, since most of us don't go on reality TV as teen parents, then get massive amounts of plastic surgery, then hire porn stars to pretend to date us before boning us on camera, then text Charlie Sheen nor do we later hire random nobodies to pretend to date us so we can get on VH1. But that's besides the point.

While Abraham may not come from the most literary background, neither did J.K. Rowling before she penned Harry Potter, nor E.L. James, who created a franchise you may have heard of called Fifty Shades Of Grey.

Does this mean we're going to have the next Tale Of Two Cities (or even the next Christian Grey) from Abraham, who also attempted singing as a way to stay relevant? Probably not. But even if she's more Hustler than Hemingway, you can knock a lot of things about her -- but you can't knock her hustle.

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