Sh*t Girls Say creators Kyle Humphrey and Graydon Sheppard have inked a book deal with Harlequin. A book based on the popular YouTube video series is scheduled for a fall 2012 release.
The first video (embedded above) has already generated more than 16 million views on YouTube. Creative Artists Agency negotiated the deal with executive editor Deborah Brody.
Here’s more from the release: “In the irreverent spirit of Humphrey and Sheppard’s YouTube videos and Twitter feed—which allows Graydon Sheppard to famously exhibit his feminine side—the book will feature full-color images that capture the hilarious essence of everyday phrases used by women. Quirky and fun, the print edition of Sh*t Girls Say will appeal to the millions of devotees of this pop culture phenomenon.”
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