Power is - Hunter S. Thompson (1995)
Even though I am not really a fan as such, I love that a cool author got to be one of the frontmen for my favourite ‘fruit’ company.
Read as much as you can. Nothing will help you as much as reading.
I was going on a train from Manchester to London and I was looking out of the window at some cows, I believe, and I just thought: “Boy doesn’t know he’s a wizard - goes off to wizard school.” I have no idea where it came from. I think the idea was floating along the train and looking for someone and my mind was vacant enough so it decided to zoom in there.
It’s not resting, it’s dead: Monty Python’s final show tonight
The remaining members of Monty Python will reunite on stage tonight for the last of their farewell shows which will be screened in cinemas around the world. The cult comedy act – John Cleese, Michael Palin, Eric Idle,…
Unfortunately my friend decided she couldn’t go, but I will certainly see the show. Not live, but at a local cinema!
Lighted and lit each work as the past tense and past participle of the verb light. Both have long histories in English and are used throughout the English-speaking world, so you are generally safe using the one that sounds best to you. Keep in mind, though, that lit is generally favored for both uses outside the U.S. (though lighted, again, appears some of the time).
You learn a lot when writing a book.