Famed Octomom, Nadya Suleman, has completed her autobiography. Now if only someone would actually buy the darn thing!
The trout-pouted mother-of-14 is having a tough time finding a publisher willing to purchase the rights to her lifestory, which will chronicle her troubled childhood in Southern California and the emotional troubles that led to her obsession with children.
“She has been talking with publishers, but it is not nearing a deal,” a publishing industry source tells RadarOnline.com. “She is holding out because she is not being offered a lucrative deal, and she feels like her personal story is worth a lot more than anyone is even interested in paying.”
Suleman made national and international headlines in Jan. 2009 when she gave birth to the world’s first surviving set of octuplets. Scandal ensued when it was discovered that Suleman was unmarried, unemployed, and living with her parents despite having already given birth to six children through in-vitro fertilization.
By show of hands, who would read Nadya Suleman’s autobiography?