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Hiatus

Life has been uber stressful these past few months. I’m not at liberty to say why since it’s personal; all I’ll disclose is that we’ve got some big life changes on the horizon, and most of my time and energy has gone to preparing for them.

I’ve debated on going on hiatus from this blog for some time, and have concluded that it makes the most sense to me right now. For the foreseeable future, I won’t be updating this blog. I just don’t have the time, and I don’t want to keep making promises about updating regularly that I know I can’t keep. My freelance work, upcoming publications, and life changes take priority right now.

Next year, I’m going to purchase my own domain and set up a professional website. Since blog posts aren’t easily transferrable between domains – and I haven’t decided whether I want to use WordPress as a host – I think it’s best that I save upcoming blog ideas for the new domain.

To give you an idea of what I’ll be up to during my absence, I’m currently working on two papers: one is an analysis of meme culture, and the other is a rewrite of my rhetorical analysis of Obama’s 2015 eulogy of Reverend Clementa Pinckney. If you’re interested in either of these projects and want more details, feel free to send me an email at mjelledge@hotmail.com.

I’ll update this blog once I’ve purchased the new domain, and you guys can keep up with me on the new site, which I’m sure will have lots more goodies than this one. In the meantime, you can follow me on Twitter or keep in touch via email if you prefer.

Thank you all for understanding, and for following, commenting, liking, and just being awesome in general. I would say I’ll miss you, but you know where to find me.

Mel

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