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For a minute we thought that ‘Octo-mom’ Nadya Suleman was keeping herself out of the spotlight but we were wrong! The mother of 14 has been busy setting up a reality TV series and book deal.

British production company Eyeworks will begin filming a documentary series, capturing the important milestones in the lives of her children; including birthdays and other special events. Her attorney Jeff Czech is calling it a “quasi reality” show.

Her attorney goes on to say that Nadya if fully aware that she has to do something to be able to support her children, which is why she chose this route. He said, “She doesn’t want the constant filming because she feels that would be taking advantage of her kids. She’s trying to find the middle ground and feels this approach will work best.”

Suleman doesn’t want to be compared to the popular reality show Jon & Kate Plus 8. Apparently she has occasionally watched the show and she thinks they are boring. That is grand! Boring?

Eyeworks is shopping the series idea around to various networks. It should be interesting to see if TCL will bite on this one. They already air several mega-family shows, including 18 Kids and Counting – showcasing the Duggar family.

As for her other business opportunity, Suleman just signed a deal with ghostwriter Wendy Lee to write her autobiography. Lee also co-wrote Life With My Sister Madonna, along with Christopher Ciccone.

Czech said that Nadya is most excited about the book deal. She plans to share with the world details of how she was raised, how her children are feeling and details on the donor dad.

Will you read the book or watch her “quasi reality” show?