Teen Mom Jenelle Evans Writes Her Own Autobiography

By Kathleen Villaruben | 3 years ago
Teen Mom Jenelle Evans Writes Her Own Autobiography

Being a teenage mother is no joke. That is probably the reason why “Teen Mom” stars Amber Portwood, Kailyn Lowry, Catelynn Lowell and Farrah Abraham wanted to share their experiences through memoirs to inspire other teenagers. Another Mom is joining their writers’ circle. Read on for further details about Jenelle Evans’ book.

Evans started her reality TV stardom five years ago on MTV’s “16 and Pregnant.” Now, she started working on her first ever book which was confirmed on Wetpaint.

The teen mom explained that the book is all about her autobiography before and during her TV career. She would write about her life in Pennsylvania until she migrated to the South. She is also including revelations before she received the role and behind-the-scenes moments.

What to expect as a unique feature in Evans’ book? MTV stated that Evans would include her diary excerpts from childhood. Evans explained being amused when she read her journal again. She just could not remember some of her moments in the past. She also wanted to share her experiences in rehab a couple of years ago. She confirmed that she would not hold back with her journal entries, no matter how embarrassing some are.

Evans admitted her personal reasons for penning her autobiography. She talked about being judged because of her experiences on TV. She wanted to enlighten people that she was having a “rough life” and some rumors about her were not true. She also hoped that readers could relate to her story.

There is no official title yet for Evans’ memoir. Reports revealed that her book would be released in the first part of 2016.

There you have it for the cast update on “Teen Mom 2” star Jenelle Evans. For more updates about this show, including spoilers and recaps, follow Movie News Guide (MNG).

Photo Source: Twitter/Jenelle Evans


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