Background: This year, the Lyttle Lotton contest had two categories.
The first contest is to write the opening sentence to a bad novel.
“It all started when my topaz eyes looked up into his soft emerald ones.”
The second contest is to write a small paragraph, using relatively short passages they have found elsewhere, and we are to re-imagine them as the openings to very bad novels.
“When your hand becomes steel, there is nothing you can’t punch.”
Stars will be used to determine the best “Worst” sentence or passage.