We'll be seeing a lot less of Audrey and Jeremy Roloff for the next few weeks: The Little People, Big World stars are taking a break from social media. They're entitled to their offline time, though, especially because they have a book to write!

Yes, Audrey and Jeremy are devoting their attention to their upcoming self-help book for unlucky-in-love readers, they say. Having been married for three years themselves, they're putting their relationship advice to paper. "Our generation is experiencing a crisis in which single people are settling for convenient relationships, dating without intentionality, and neglecting to prepare for married life," they observe on their website. "We are excited to share what we've learned from our own dating journey in order to equip our readers to build Godly relationships from their first date to 'I do' and beyond."

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BIG ANNOUCEMENT!!!! 🎉Read till the end! 🎉 Over the years Jeremy and I have received thousands of comments, messages, and e-mails containing questions about dating, long distance, purity, conflict, love, and how we prepared for marriage. That being said, it is so liberating to finally be able to share this exciting news with all of you… 🥁🥁🥁… WE ARE WRITING A BOOK!!!! 📕 The book is essentially our love story. We are spilling never before told tales from our dating journey, and all the ups and downs and ins and outs of our love story. The pages are filling up with our failures and successes, what we learned from dating and long distance, and how we prepared more for our marriage than our wedding. We cant wait to share what we've learned from our own dating journey in order to equip our readers to build Godly relationships from their first date to “I do” and beyond. For the past few months we've been deep in the trenches of writing… mostly in our pajamas, hibernating in our house, postmating curry for dinner, and typing away late into the night while Ember is asleep;) The book writing process is not for the faint of heart😅 but we are so eager to share this labor of love with all of you! That being said, we would so appreciate your prayers for this book🙏🏻 Our hope is that the Holy Spirit would inspire our writing and (when the time comes) your reading! We acknowledge that God is the author of our love story and this book, we just want to be faithful and creative narrators;) In order to finish strong, we'll be taking a bit of a social media hiatus so that we can really focus on writing. Don't worry, we're not going away forever, we just need to unplug for a bit so we can do some deep work💪🏻Turn on post notifications so you are notified when we come back! For more details on the book click the link in my bio and GET ON OUR MAILING LIST for sneak peaks, exclusive access and updates! #journeyofjerandauj #beating50percent #stayingido video by @jackbotti

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And two days after announcing that book project, they signed offline. "@jeremyroloff and I will be taking a bit of a social media break," Audrey told fans on Instagram. "We're not exactly sure how long, but we need to unplug for a bit. I saw a quote the other day that said, 'Almost anything will work again if you unplug it for a minute or two. Especially you.' We need more than a minute though… so I'm signing off for a few weeks in order to give undivided attention to writing our book and being with our baby girl."

(Audrey also asked the couple's devotees to turn on post notifications. She said she's worried Instagram's algorithms will de-prioritize their posts once they come back!)

Fans were upset, of course, but they were also surprisingly supportive. "Really missing you guys!" one commenter wrote. "I totally understand your need to unplug! Can't wait for you guys to come back."

"No!" exclaimed another. "Does that mean you're not gonna share stories of baby Ember with us? OK, I respect that but I want you to know that I will miss [your] random family/baby stories."

So take heart, fans. We might not see Jeremy and Audrey's daily musings for a while, but we'll literally read thousands of words of theirs once that book comes out!

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