Promoting her latest novel, Lauren Conrad was spotted at a book signing for "The Fame Game" at Barnes & Noble in New York City on Tuesday (April 3).
LC wore an adorable grey flower printed dress with bright red nails and nude pumps as she held up a copy of the fifth tome of her series about the highs and low of being a celebrity.
Lauren's book chronicles a drama queen who stars on a reality show and, when asked by GLAMOUR in a recent interview if the book reflects her experiences in Hollywood, she replied, "Yes, definitely. I knew people who called the paparazzi on themselves! Their point of view is 'They’re going to photograph me anyway, and this way I get paid half of what they make.' I could never bring myself to do it, but it was kind of fun to write it from that point of view."
Although most assume reality stars don't really do anything, that couldn't be further from the truth when it comes to Miss Conrad. When asked if she felt she had to prove herself, the 26-year-old replied, "I did, and it was very frustrating because I almost wanted to send critics my weekly schedule and say, 'This is my ‘nothing.’' I would film all day, and then I had several other businesses on the side: In the last season I was running a clothing line and writing a novel. I work really, really hard."