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We dwell so much on that one time Farrah Abraham stripped down in front of a camera for some X-rated hanky pank with porn star James Deen that we sometimes forget this girl is a best-selling author! Hot off the heels of her wildly-successful memoir My Teenage Dream Ended and children's e-book Passy Perfume, Farrah has another literary masterpiece in the pipeline — and you guys? It's a novel!

Farrah made a Keek video about the project (because how else do you announce important news to the world?), revealing to her legions of followers that she's already hard at work.

"So this is what it looks like to be a New York Times bestselling writer," she says, after telling fans she's too busy becoming the next Ernest Hemingway to even bother with putting on makeup. "I've got my little laptop, notes …yep, I write on a notebook…"

No judgment here, Farrah. Taylor Swift totally writes her songs by hand, and while she may not have a place on the New York Times bestseller list (hey, a girl can dream…), she does have a few awards on her resume, you know, like some Grammys or whatever. What we're trying to say is Farrah, you're in good company.

But being a successful wordsmith isn't just about doodling your thoughts with hearts over the i's — books don't write themselves, after all. It takes a lot of research to become an expert on a topic, but thankfully Farrah's googling skills are solid. "I have a million pages pulled up on the computer," she adds.

While it sounds like Farrah's made some serious progress, don't get too excited just yet — this sure-to-be classic won't hit shelves until after the new year, which unfortunately means Santa won't be leaving you a copy this Christmas. However, if Farrah's still planning her romantic fantasy novel, tentatively titled Ballistic (For the Love of Balls), we're thinking Valentine's Day may be a more appropriate time anyway.

What do you guys think about Farrah's new literary endeavor? Will you read it? Tell us below!


Lindsay Dreyer is an editor at Wetpaint Entertainment and our resident Teen Mom expert. Follow her on Twitter and on Google+!