Friday, June 15, 2012

Farrah's Book Cover Revealed!!

 I have been waiting for this for so long! I knew the original cover shown for Farrah's book could not be the official one. Way too amateurish and odd. Thankfully the real cover is much more beautiful! 

Farrah's book chronicles her life as a single teen mother.
"Her fiery, relentless spirit, and her unwavering commitment to getting the best out of life for herself and her daughter Sophia in spite of all the drama constantly surrounding her have made her a beloved star and media sensation. Now, in this remarkably candid, at times heartbreaking, utterly unflinching memoir, Farrah takes readers into the life that hasn't been seen on television."

You can pre-order Farrah's book on Amazon.com It is set to release August 14, 2012

50 comments:

  1. i dont like the title. Makes it seem like her life ended.

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    1. Sophia will just love that title when she's a teenager, "nice to know how you felt about getting pregnant with me, mom."

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    2. I agree.. makes her sound like Sophia ended her dream & now she just has to settle for being "Mom"!

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    3. i think farrah is doing something awesome for our young moms. do you have a book out. hell no you dont. and sophia will never think that. do not bad mouth her because her story touched my life and millions of others. dont be a hater. YOU GO FARRAH!!!

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    4. Don't like the title either

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    5. I really think a better picture to go with that title would be a picture of her "cry face" ya know??? LOL

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  2. The title could have been better

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  3. imma read this for sure

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  4. I like the cover Sophia looks so cute

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  5. Whats with the title?

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  6. She doesn't call her father by his first name. The man on the show is her stepfather. And as for treating her abusive (let's not forget) mother poorly, they have both discussed this numerous times and are apparently in therapy together. Not saying she should have a book deal at all just saying we should keep the facts straight. Personally I feel she is a bit self entitled and undeserving. The title is horrid and makes it seem like her life ended(having a child young may have changed her course but she seems to be coming out on top).

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    1. I thought he was her biological father. She just called him Michael because he is Ashley's stepfather. They allowed her to call him by his name to avoid confusion between the two. IDK. That is what I heard somewhere...

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    2. Michael Abraham is Farrah's biological father. Her sister Ashley has a different father.

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    3. It doesn't say her life ended. It says her teenage dream ended.

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    4. I was just reading an interview from Farrah on momfinds, where she states:

      Everyone asks this. I have a sister and we have different dads, so in all fairness to my sister I call my dad Michael just like she does and everyone else in my family. It works out fairly this way in my family. I do call my dad “Dad” sometimes. If others look at this as a disrespectful thing then you can talk to my mom about it. I never started it, I was taught to do it this way. This was taken from http://www.teenmomjunkies.com/teen-mom-3/real-reason-farrah-calls-dad-michael/

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    5. Michael is her biological father. Like the comment above says, she calls him Michael but it is not a respect thing.

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  7. wonder how many chapters will be dedicated to her boobs...

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  8. Don't really care for the title. She makes it sound like her life is so horrible.

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  9. When I first heard the title, it seemed appropriate for her. The cover picture is adorable. The title and the picture, together, contradict each other. The title gives such a negative view of her becoming a young parent. In reality, she still is living out her dreams and then some. It might have 'set her back' a little and she can't be as carefree as she wanted but look at all she is able to do. (Which I give her kudos for.) I can imagine most teen moms have to put dreams completely on the back burner. Graduating high school or even college can be the biggest achievement. The picture is positive and sweet. It doesn't make it seem like she has struggled. I am not saying she didn't but the title and picture don't mesh.

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    1. I agree the picture and the title do not go well together. The title sounds like life has ended but the picture shows her very happy with Sophia. Should have picked a better title for the book.

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    2. The way I interpreted the title was her referring to the fact that the love of her life and her child's father had passed away making her dream of being a family with him and Sophia come to an end. I mean honestly that would be anyone's dream coming to an end. I give Farrah major props for being forced to be a single parent and being amazing at it. Don't judge someone unless uve walked in there shoes. U never know what struggles that face from day to day. Tv glamourizes things and doesn't always show the way things really are.

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  10. I am sorry, but i dont agree with hee having a book deal. Only reason she has one is she is on tv and the book will help promote the show and vice versa.

    I got pregnant at 16 and was forced in court by my grandfather (who had custody of me) to abort my baby at 8 weeks. I had to be awake and feel/see everything. He was an abusive alcoholic, my dad was a sex offender of minors, and my ex husband tried to kill my oldest daughter and i.

    But do u see me writing a book? Do you see me selling my life story? No. Cause probably no one would read it. Why cause I am not a teen mom on tv who is using the fact she spread her legs to gain fame. I am sorry, but just because you open your legs nowadays, you get a show. If this was the way life should be, why is it we all dont have shows and get rich off them? Lord knows,we all have crap to air.

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    1. That is sad that that happened to you, I'm not even sure how that is legal... but that does not mean that Farrah isn't allowed to be successful. And honestly you COULD write a book if you wanted to. It may not be as easy as it will be for Farrah but just because you aren't doing it... doesn't mean that she shouldn't. It's actually really smart for her to do this..

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    2. Very tactful reply Jamie. Massive props to you for being so eloquant. GOOD JOB.

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  11. Farrah and Sophia's hair looks dirty! I think its a horrible picture and the cover looks really cheap and tacky.

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  12. Sofia's hair is never done. It kind of bothers be in a petty kind of way. I mean, who cares, right? I just think it makes her look dishevelled when her hair is never done.

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  13. A really negative title and not a very nice photo. Im sorry but what could she possibly have to offer in a book? OK so she got pregnant at 16 but wow she had a lot of support and even tho her mum and her have their differences (the way she speaks to her mother is disgusting) she hasnt had it that hard really so what message could her book possibly have?? Treat your parent like crap be a spoilt brat and get some fake boobs? Sorry but not a fan! I just hope Sophia doesnt see how much of an inconvienience her mother makes her look like. She could take a page out of some of the other Teen Moms!

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    1. Did you forget about the fact that the father of her child died? I want to read the story of Derek and their relationship and what happened before and after he died. She had to learn to be a mother while dealing with Derek's death, dealing with a strained relationship with her family and Derek's family. It's sad that people are putting her down so much for this. Its a beautiful photo. People are misunderstanding the title but... come on now.. You don't judge a book by its cover. I mean that is just grade school.

      To me she is the most inspirational story to come out of Teen Mom. Other then maybe Catelynn and Tyler. Farrah has made the most out of her situation. She has become very successful and I don't see what is so wrong with that. What other Teen Mom on the show has a college education, investments, a successful career and doing it all on their own?

      She has a crappy relationship with her parents but its not all so black and white. People are just judging by what they see on the show and that is it.

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    2. I totally agree... every time there's a scene w farrah & her mom, I just wanna slap her in the face! She's a selfish, disrespectful, ungrateful snot.... & so not pretty!! Appreciate life & those who love u farrah!!

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  14. That looks nothing like Farrah. Or maybe I've just never seen her smile before.

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  15. I think farrah is a very good mom and i think the picture and title of her book is fine.. it just sounds like to me there's just a bunch of jealous ppl.. she has went through alot so i think she's doing good for herself

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  16. why is it you must be jealous if you state your opinion? Just because someone thinks she should have ran a brush through her and her daughters hair for a picture that ultimately is going to end up on the cover of a book----does NOT make one jealous!! wow people are hilarious.

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    1. THANK YOU!!! UGH, I HATE how people say you are just jealous if you say anything negative about her! I personally think she has a LOT of growing up left to do, and I do not like to watch her on the show, and I will not be reading the book. But, ya know what? That is just my opinion. I am not at all jealous of her, and I do wish her the best. I also do not think she has gone through that much, I think she went through ONE thing (Derek's death) and she could not handle it very well. She needs (and I think she is) getting help with that, and things will be peachy for her. There are a lot of people that have it worse off.

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    2. It's because usually people who take something positive like this and nit pick and and talk badly about it... are jealous.

      That is why people say that. lol

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  17. not nit picking...she wrote a book..good for her! Im just stating an observation/opinion! No jealousy here! I personally do not know why anyone would be jealous of someone that has such a bad attitude towards her family, friends and basically life in general?! She is one up on me with the whole book thing BUT....I would have brushed my hair...just saying!

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  18. she won't be getting any more hair modeling jobs once casting agents see that book cover lol!!!

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  19. Would not waste my money on this book nor my time reading it. Farrah is a very self absorbed and ungrateful person. Anyone who has a child when they are a child loses their childhood. It's a price you have to pay. If you make the choice to lay down and make a child you have to live with your consequences.

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  20. I don't know if I'd read this because of the way she treats her parents..They give her everything it seems and she treats them like total garbage in return. If I called my parents dumb and stupid like that all of the time, they would have disowned me and punished me. She doesn't seem to have respect for anyone and for me, respect is huge and not knowing how to give respect doesn't get you further in life. So, I'm glad for her that she has been able to be so successful and that she wasn't a statistic, but in regards to her book, I wouldn't read it.

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    1. I agree she is very, very disrespectful! And everything her parents tell her comes true. She is the worst I won't support her. And you are right she doesn't know how good she has it. Even her own sister don't want to be bother with her. She is truly a HAM!

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  21. i would just like to say farrahs hair is brushed and curled and set and freaking hair sprayed and little sophia and curly locks just like my little boy does and she still has the baby hair which is very light and airy and also because her hair is curly if farrah acctually brushed it out it would look rediculous! with kids who have hair like that u give them a bath in the morning and leave it cause if u brush it it becomes this big frizzy mess ontop of there head....god you people are so freakin rude and the title...is my teengae dream ended not my life ended she could not be a teengaer because she had a little girl therefor teenage life was over and adult life begun jeezus people use a brain and quit being so yes ill say it too JEALOUS cause thats what ur allllll doing

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  22. I think it's no ones business if she has a book or not. It doesn't matter how famous you are, if you write a good book than you write a good book. So what if she's on TV? I'm sure every one of you bashing her would drop the world to be on a TV show. If YOU had a life than you wouldn't be so caught up on hers and every other famous persons.
    And the fact that people judge her based on her relationship with her parents: sure she could treat then better. BUT all everyone sees is whats on tv. No one knows how her parents treat her off camera or even how she treats them off camera.
    Until you live someone else's life- don't judge them!
    Having said that, I'm sure it took a lot to even write that book; and I'm sure some of the stuff in it is personal. I don't know very many people who would want their personal life shared with the world because they have so much dirty laundry.
    Everyone needs to catch up with their own lives instead of everyone else's.

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    1. You tell us not to judge, yet you've come to the conclusion everyone would choose to be on TV if they had the chance, and no matter what anyone offered me, I wouldn't be on TV. Regardless, everyone is entitled to their opinion. She put herself out there, so people have the right to an opinion on what they see. I'm not jealous of her, I wouldn't want a kid as a teenager; none of that seems appealing. I'm successful, I have an associates and a bachelors degree and working on my Doctor of Dental surgery. I'm not jealous of her success because I'm also successful, and so the statement that EVERYONE who has criticism is jealous, is a generalized statement ;something you're preaching to everyone else about. In reality, no one can win, no one is perfect, and we all have our own opinions that we are entitled to.

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    2. You can be reading a blog dedicated to updating the fans about their lives and then say its not anyone's business. Obviously you came here for an update. Their lives are on TV. If you really watch shows like this and follow other celebrities and say that you don't judge them at all while doing so... you are lying. I'm sure Farrah doesn't mind the exposure. It will only help her book sales. lol

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  23. She makes more money than my family does, so whAt dream is she not living....

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  24. idk why people think that the title is mean or horrible or disgusting. yes. her TEENAGE dream ended (which could mean a number of things which she may elaborate in her book...like raising a family together or just being able to be a teen in general and being able to do what ever she wanted to.) but her DREAMS have not ended. although sometimes she can seem mean and disrespectful to her parents but she is also a very motivated and talented person. she still has dreams for her and her daughter. just because she her "teenage" dreams ended doesnt mean her adult ones are gone. i could understand if she had the title as "i hate my life because i had a baby" because thats how it seems u are all taking it. HELLO ever heard of the expression DONT JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER!!!!! read the book when it comes out then maybe everyone will have a valid opinion.

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  25. I am in no way a fan of Farrah. I've been waiting for her to come around from the beginning (since 16 and pregnant) and in some ways she has, but for the most part, she's got a lot of work to do. I'm not trying to be judgmental or bash Farrah, but if you put your life on TV people will form their opinion. On that note, I can't stand the way she speaks to her parents. Calling her father Michael? Telling her Mom she's stupid? Cursing in front of her child? Just terrible and there's really no excuse. You can't blame editing for what comes straight out of your mouth for tons of viewers tuning in to hear. She's very immature and the book title shows it. Maybe it wasn't her intent but saying her "teenage dream ended," sounds so negative. Even though unexpected, Sofia is a blessing not a burden. However, I'm sure it will come around to bite her eventually. Parents are child's first teachers, if Sofia is anything like Farrah, she has her work cut out for her.

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