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Our Bloggers Have a New Home

Posted by Andrew on April 1, 2008

(This is NOT an April Fool’s joke.)

Our Burning Bosom bloggers Andrew and Shawn now have a new home over at Mormon Matters.  Our three other bloggers are taking a sabbatical.  So what this means, folks, is that Burning Bosom is closing up shop.  But Andrew and Shawn would love you to come join the conversation with us over at Mormon Matters, which has been getting up to 2,000 unique visitors each day.

So inquiring minds may want to know: how did Burning Bosom do during its three-and-a-half month ride?  Better than we expected (then again, our expectations were low).  We thought that our hard core cult following (ha ha), or anyone else who’s curious might be interested in these “blog stats:

Blog Start Date: Dec. 18, 2007

Blog End Date: Apr. 1, 2008

Highest Traffic Day: 591 views on Mar. 19, 2008

Total Views (at time this was written): 12,713

Total Posts Written:  84 

Top Posts of All Time:

In Relief Society, “No means No!” (605 views)

Adventures In Apostasy (508 views)

Why I Am Not a Disaffected Mormon (377 views)

Reflections On My First Sunstone Symposium (373 views)

Rewriting My “Testimony Rules” (331 views)

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Thanks to everyone who ever bothered to stop by Burning Bosom to check out our two-cents on whatever random Mormon-related topics were  on our minds.

Hope to see you over at Mormon Matters!

10 Responses to “Our Bloggers Have a New Home”

  1. That’s too bad. I really liked this place.

    Good luck to everyone.

  2. […] Farewell Burning Bosom. We hardly knew ye, but you will be missed […]

  3. cory said

    Um…April Fool’s?

  4. I’m sorry to hear this news, too. You did a great job–pretty impressive stats. I will be sure to catch your posts over at Mormon Matters.

  5. Shawn L said

    Thanks, everyone. This has really been a lot of fun. Your comments have been appreciated. I’m looking forwward to seeing you all at MM.

  6. Fifthgen said

    Hmmm. Too bad. I liked Burning bosom.

  7. Zestful said

    Somehow i missed the point. Probably lost in translation 🙂 Anyway … nice blog to visit.

    cheers, Zestful.

  8. Hello! Just wanted to say thanks before i exit your site that you’ve shared a great article here. Thanks to you and great work!

  9. Brad said

    That’s impressive 12,713 views, better than me! I wish I had that many views on my articles.

  10. Stephen Bennett said

    Please pray regarding the memorandum.

    Grant H. Palmer, historian and author of “An Insider’s View of Mormonism” and “The Incomparable Jesus” provides a memorandum of the three meetings he had with a general authority in 2012/13.


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