Lynne Spears Book Cover Released

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You gotta love Lynne Spears. Whoring out your kids for a decade - then trying to make EVEN MORE money off them by writing a memoir about it?

Diabolical. This may trump even Dina Lohan's lofty achievements.

Apparently Lynne has made it Through the Storm. Guess securing huge ass royalty checks, Range Rovers and mansions with ridiculous names by sponging off train wreck kids will get one through just about any storm one might encounter.

In a book so absurd we can't believe it's real, Lynne Spears relays her "parenting tips" in the memoir due out next week. At least Bryan Spears gets a mention. Might as well include the non-screw up, too, right? Peep the cover below ...

Personally, we think the title Through the Storm doesn't do justice to such a compelling life story. Here are a pair of alternate covers we propose ...

Other quality titles proposed by our interns, such as How to Shop Around For the Best Celebrity Baby Photo Deal One Day After Your 16-Year-Old Unwed Daughter Announces She's Pregnant just weren't catchy enough.

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Lynn never does ANYTHING without gaining financially. Ask anyone around here. There is no way she would lift a finger to help her own children much less a total stranger. If she has hired help going online buying good publicity for herself, she is hoping to get something out of it. Look at her kids for cripe's sake-you can see the woman was hopeless at being a mother.

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All I want to know is if the mother really thinks she is doing her family, as well as herself, a favor. Whomever said blood is thicker than water apparently didn't know this gal!

Lynne Spears Biography

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Lynne Spears

Lynne Spears Quotes

Jamie Lynn loved the book. I started to cry because I told her, 'I wanted so much for you to like it.' And she got up and kissed me on the cheek and said, 'Mama, thank you so much.'

Lynne Spears

Was I the perfect mom? No.

Lynne Spears