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The Kardashian Klan: Creating a Kid's Novel?


Is this April Fools Day or is this serious gossip on the net. The two youngest half-sisters of Kim Kardashian, Kendall and Kylie are geared up to write their very first novel.

Read this Plagiarized Excerpt:
"Kylie and Kendall Jenner are penning their first novel… at 14 and 16 years old.
The Kardashian spin-off sisters have decided to stake their claim in the literary world and are looking to make the next Twilight series.
The book would be targeting the young-adult audience and the Jenner girls are hoping to release it by the end of the summer.
”I think we will definitely get it done with how fast [the process] is going,” Kylie revealed."

Questions for You:
Is this real?
Or is this a joke?
Or is this going to be the next best seller, somewhere in between "The Hunger Games" and "The Help?"

Lastly, what is the title of Kendall / Kylie book going to be?
"Soft Lips / Softer Hips"? EW, I sure hope not. 

PS: Little Known Fact, Kendall Jenner was once in our Facebook group for a whole 48 seconds...good times.

The Useless Critic: Facebook Group

PS: I recently featured a picture of Kim Kardashian getting it from behind. I wonder if we could just see that again.
Sexual content doesn't need a reason.

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