Teen Mom’s Catelynn and Tyler publishing a book titled ‘Conquering Chaos’


We have two new members to add to the growing list of Teen Mom franchise stars turned authors as fan favorite couple Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra are penning a book together titled Conquering Chaos, which is described as “an incredible look at two young people who beat the odds and used their victories to give hope to others.” Keep reading for more details on the book, including a release date!

Details on Farrah Abraham’s mom Debra Danielsen’s book Vapor about being scammed out of more than $250,000


Find out all about Vapor, the new book written by Farrah Abraham’s mother Debra Danielsen chronicling her experience being scammed out of more than $250,000 by a man she met (but never actually met) via an online dating site. Plus, Debra talks about moving to the west coast, what else she is currently working on, and her experience with Farrah on Couples Therapy.

PHOTO Amber Portwood book cover for Never Too Late released


Earlier this month it was announced that former Teen Mom star Amber Portwood is releasing a book about overcoming her struggles with drug addiction as well as numerous other demons — some of which viewers learned about on the show, others of which she had not previously talked about publicly. Fans later learned that the book would be titled Never Too Late and Amber’s publisher, Post Hill Press, has just unveiled the book cover!

Amber Portwood book ‘Never Too Late’ details and excerpts


Earlier this month former Teen Mom star Amber Portwood announced she would be releasing a tell-all book titled Never Too Late, which she described at the time as “a brutally honest account of how bad my life got.” Today NBTV Studios and publisher Post Hill Press issued a press release with more information about the book, including a release date and the first excerpts!

The Gone Girl movie has a completely different ending than the book


One problem when one of your favorite books get adapted into a movie is that you already know how it’s going to end. Another problem is that 99% of the time, the book was better, but it’s always hard to cram the complexities of a novel into a 2-hour acted-out narrative. David Fincher and Gillian Flynn have circumvented the first problem by changing the ending of Gone Girl for the big screen. How much did they change?