“I’m sure if Catticus could speak English, he would never end his sentences with prepositions.”
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Are you sure Catticus doesn’t speak Latin?
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I am not sure. He isn’t actually Roman you know. He’s Georgian 😉 He was supposed to be Atticus, but Sassy couldn’t say it right.Regardless, I feel he must be quite the learned feline.
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Oh I tell by his eyes he is a smart and wise fellow. He also has a slight resemblance to one of my more proletarian cats
I noticed that, too! What’s the name of that Catticus look-alike?
Pinkie. His brother is Puff. I originally wanted Pinky and Brain;but my bitter half intervened.
Cute! I think that’s funny, because when my white cat was a tiny kitten, we all the time said she looked like Brain 😛
As long as he doesn’t start sentences with them either. 🙂
It’s not likely. He really is a proper fella.
He does indeed look like a strict grammarian!
By the way, I was so happy to see you were one of the winners in my Goodreads Giveaway! There were 1733 entries so you beat the odds. Maybe you should go play the lottery today. 😉
WHAT?!?! I WON?!?!?! OMG! I had no idea! I don’t even know I would know if you hadn’t told me! I have your book in my Amazon cart! lol
I just found out this morning since the Giveaway ended last night. They probably sent you a message on Goodreads. Unless there are two people with your name who live in Indianapolis! I’ll be mailing it out by tomorrow. Hope you enjoy it! I’m thrilled someone I know was among the 25 winners.
Well I am just pleased as pie!
By the way, if you pre-ordered Eating Bull, you should be able to cancel it since the ebook isn’t out quite yet. I’m not sure if you meant you just have it in your cart or if you actually ordered it. Either way, thank you! Now you get a free paperback copy instead. 🙂
Congratulations, Joey!!! 🙂 The book will be on my library purchase request list fir December.
Get out! 😉 hehehe
Oh no! This is one golden rule as a Language Arts teacher I didn’t fault. Example: “She didn’t know which group she was a part of.” I like leaving that “dangling participle” and do this often, Joey. 🙂
On the other hand I think James Bond should know better about “me” and “I.” In a scene he says a sentence ending in “me.” It went something like this, “You will never be able to shoot like me.” If you were to continue this sentence it would go like this: “You will never be able to shoot as well as I do.” So, shoot like (or as) me do,” would not be classy. I am not sure what it was he said but “me” was in there.
Script or Newscast Writers! You need to do this one right! 🙂 🙂 There is my rant. Thanks, I feel much better!
Haha, I like breaking grammar rules now and then, but I’m pretty sure Catticus would never!
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