Farrah Abraham is planning on writing an erotic novel which she hopes will top the success of 'Fifty Shades of Grey'.
The 'Teen Mom' star - who has previously wrote the autobiography 'My Teenage Dream Ended' - wants to compete with E.L. James' trilogy, which earned the author an estimated $95 million in the last year.
Farrah, 22, told website Enstars: ''I want to give '50 Shades' a run for their money.''
The sexy star was recently paid $1 million by Vivid Entertainment for X-rated footage of her having sex with porn star James Deen which was released as a DVD entitled 'Backdoor Teen Mom' and she thinks the fact she's a very sexual person will help her write an exciting story.
Farrah is also pursuing a music career and is writing a follow-up to her first track 'Finally Getting Up From Rock Bottom', that contained an anti-bullying message.
She explained: ''I feel like a lot of celebrities have to deal with all that criticism and bullying and I figured why not make a song about it that my daughter would love too.
''You can see me being on top of everything [on the show]. Fans are gonna see me be an adult whether a teen mom, that stigma, and so they'll just see how I am now.''
Farrah - who has a four-year-old daughter Sophia - is also believed to be in discussions to compete on the next series of 'Dancing with the Stars'.
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