Most writers are wary of using cliches. If not when they first start writing, shortly after they give it to someone else to read. The title of this post is a famous line which has been made fun of so many times . It’s by Victorian novelist Edward George Earl Bulwer-Lytton. In his honor, this annual contest held for the worst first-line possible for an author to make a miss year’s winner is Garrison Spik, a 41-year-old communications director and writer. Read his entry at this site http://www.bostonherald.com/news/national/west/view.bg?articleid=1112881&srvc=rss
And watch those clichés if you’re a writer.