According to the magazine, Kailyn has said that fans will "be very surprised by" the book, titled "Pride Over Pity." The book promises to as gripping as her life as shown on TV.
“There are a lot of things in it involving addiction, rape, being abandoned by my dad and tons of things in between. My life before the cameras and where I want things to go from here," Kailyn said of her book.
One thing Kailyn wants her fans to know is that her book should not be compared to another book by another "Teen Mom" star, Farrah Abraham's "My Teenage Dream Ended."
“Before you comment jumping to conclusions, it’ll be NOTHING like Farrah’s as far as editing goes. We’ve put a lot of work into this over the last couple of years and I think you all will be very surprised by it," she said.
Kailyn already has a difficult relationship with her mother, her ex Jo, and Jo's parents so it'll be interesting to see, if her book involves them in great detail, how her book will further affect things. Hopefully, for her own good as well as that of Isaac, she wrote of them in a fair and respectable manner.
Are you excited to read Kailyn Lowry's memoir?
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