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A Fancypants Fancy Cat

I’ve started getting my store ready for Valentine’s day. Any requests or product suggestions?

This first card started out as an image of my cat, Timmy. The term, “fancy-man” first appeared in print in 1811. It was followed by the noun and adjective “fancypants,” a term used to refer to anything or anyone that is really fine, or pleasing, to behold.

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A fancy cat for my fancy man; this card is now for sale.

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Hard Copies

writerMy original idea with the Dictionary of Victorian Insults & Niceties was to create an eBook that I would basically give away for free. It has since come to my attention that many people would prefer to pay for a hard copy. The fundraising process has been slow, and it has occurred to me that, if I offer what people are asking for, I might be able to raise more money and increase the distribution of the eBook.

For health reasons, I am terrified of entering into a crowdfunding nightmare that involves shipping out piles of books to my donors.

Suggestions?

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Christmas Cards

As part of an ongoing effort to raise money for this project, I’ve created a couple of humourous Christmas cards. About $0.83 from the sale of each card will go directly toward supporting the Victorian Dictionary project. If you would like to donate directly, please visit: http://www.gofundme.com/fiuxlk

Enjoy my cards!

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