Lynne Spears' book about raising her famous daughters Britney Spears and Jamie Lynn Spears has been put on hold, the publisher confirmed to People.
"The book is delayed indefinitely. It's delayed, not cancelled," says a spokeswoman for Thomas Nelson, which publishes inspirational books and Bibles.
What on Earth they are doing publishing a book by Lynne Spears is beyond us, as she may be the least inspirational mother of all time. But no matter.
It had been set for a spring 2008 release but was put on hold when news broke that 16-year-old Jamie Lynn Spears is pregnant by her boyfriend Casey Aldridge.
Lynne Spears is such a good parent, she should write a book on it!
Publishers' Weekly described the book as "Lynne Spears' personal story of raising high-profile children while coming from a low-profile Louisiana community."
They use the term "raising" loosely, we assume.
The publisher declined to comment on whether the focus of the book would be altered in light of Jamie Lynn Spears' pregnancy announcement.
"We are standing behind Lynn at this time and understand that she needs time with her family - we support that," says the spokeswoman.
Again, we're not sure what's harder to believe - that this book was even given consideration by a publisher, or that Lynne Spears may have done a better job with Britney Spears - who at least made it to her early 20s, and was married for like 20 months - than she did with Jamie Lynn Spears.