Wait, these people all bought my book?
Book signing, NY Times Best Selling Author, Lauren Conrad… words you just don’t expect to see together.
Literary fare for the average American comes straight from the Young Adult section, if not Teen Paranormal Romance.
If it’s a NYT best seller, it’s almost guaranteed to be written for 8th graders. Or in this case, by an eighth grader.
Hell, Snookie had a best seller so I’m not surprised in the least by this.
“How much money have I made from this signing?”
“You’re getting $10 per book, and you’ve signed 200 books.”
“This Lauren Conrad chick sounds neat. I’d love to meet her some time.”
“Wait do I sign my name or the person who wrote this for me?”
Just what the world needs… another coloring book.
“I thought this was the kind of book you color in!”
“The name of the book? Ummm…ummm…Can you ask me an easier question?”
Not pictured: Cognition.
Looks like somebody just asked her to name the 3 branches of government.
Wait I need to know how to read to actually sell a book?
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Lauren Conrad at a book signing at Barnes & Noble in New York City. (April 3, 2012)