I would start the sentence with "Thanks,".
Interested in Language
Is it a comma or a full-stop after the word, ‘interesting’ in the dialogue below? I’m inclined to put a full-stop.
The librarian asked, “Would you like to borrow a movie CD about the story? The book is currently out on loan.”
“That would be interesting. Thanks,” said Timmy. OR
“That would be interesting, Thanks,” said Timmy.
Assuming that you're not going to start the sentence with "Thanks", you need the first sentence.
The second would require a small 't'. But it doesn't work.
"OK, I'll take the CD, thanks." does work.
Last edited by Raymott; 24-Jan-2016 at 13:45. Reason: your -> you're, as per Piscean