Update: Resolutions, Magazines, and Polls

goals It's time for a Curiouser update. I know you're excited, so please hold all questions until the end.

My New Year's Resolutions have been going swimmingly. I am officially a Red Cross disaster assistance volunteer for Oklahoma City. I recently took a class on emergency preparedness kits, which I now own. I went to my first event at the Oklahoma City Home & Garden Show, where we talked about emergency planning and tornado preparedness. I'm so happy about crossing this off my resolutions list.

Speaking of resolutions, I only have three more DVDs left before finishing Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace University.

For those who don't know, I signed a contract with Author Solutions, a Penguin-Random House Company. I provide contract editing services for them, and am loving it.

I'm also very excited about the new clients I've been able to work with. I'm currently editing a book for a woman I came across on Jon Acuff's 30 Days of Hustle group. She wrote a wonderful children's book about Christmas, and I'm loving it.

On another note, The Curiouser Newsletter is too long to be a newsletter. As of today, I have decided to rename it to Curiouser Magazine. I'm excited (I've used that word a lot, haven't I?) about the change and cannot wait to see April's magazine in full bloom. I think fourteen, fifteen pages is pushing it for a newsletter, yes?

Time for a fun poll: Are there any popular classic novels that you really dislike? Tell me which one and why! I'm doing a segment for the magazine and would love to quote you.