"Teen Mom" Farrah Abraham has been extremely busy promoting her new book, "My Teenage Dream Ended" and appearing on the finale special of the series that made her famous. Now, though, she has confirmed that she has her own spin-off series that will focus exclusively on her and daughter Sophia.
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"I'm just closing on it," Abraham told Us Weekly on Tuesday. "It's gonna be just about me and my life." Of course, that begs the question of whether her fellow "Teen Mom" alumni will also receive their own shows. After all, Maci Bookout and Catelynn Lowell are just as popular as Abraham and beloved by fans.
But Abraham has been incredibly busy with new projects since the show wrapped its final season. Her book, "My Teenage Dream Ended," which is also about her life and teen pregnancy, has officially reached The New York Times best-seller list thanks to her fans. Abraham said that sales have been going well, as is her publicity tour.
"So many moms come with their babies, so [my daughter] has been playing with them. At every book signing, it's a huge turnout- even in my hometown! I was so surprised," Abraham said.
Abraham has made no secret about her goals to be an author, singer, chef, and model. She has attended classes in order to gain her degree in cooking, but hasn't spoken about pursuing that goal in some time. Instead, she has been focused on developing her public career as a writer and singer.
In addition to her book, Abraham has also released a CD of songs that are meant to accompany chapters in the book. While fans are certainly loyal to the young mother and support her with book purchases and online views of her music videos, many are critical of the quality of music she is making.
As for daughter Sophia, she's reportedly enjoying all the fame her mom has as well as the constant touring.
"She's wonderful. I've been working so much, but I fly out tomorrow to see her-I'm so excited. She's like my mini-me. I'm in love with her," said the mom.
There's no word yet on a title or premiere date for Abraham's series.