I read those books and wanted to enter, but never got around to sending in any entries. So now’s my chance! Here are a few:
Dawn was just peeking over the windowsill when Billy Markham picked his head up off his desk and stared blearily at the room around him–the pizza boxes scattered on the floor, the panties hanging on the back of a chair, the congealing blob of something green in the corner–and the bottles (oh, the bottles!) everywhere, and wondered just what had happened to turn the school science club’s meeting to plan the annual science fair into such a long drawn-out evening of debauchery.
It had been five hours now and Sam Diamond was still sitting watching the clock tick and wondering where his next case, his next meal, and most importantly, his next drink would come from.
Jolly old Mr. Tiddles strode happily down the Purpley-Polka-Dotted Path, past the Goshgolly Glen and over the Merrily Singing Brook, saying hello to Babsy Bunny and Ricky Raccoon and Billy Bluejay and all his other forest creature friends as he went on his way to Miss Bambi’s, where he would enjoy her favours for the afternoon.
“I say,” said William James Hepplewhite III, trying to force a smile, “I say, it’s not much like the horses we ride in the hunt, is it?” and Lady Catherine, tired from the long voyage, and only wanting something to eat and a good long sleep, in that order, wished she had accepted Ashley Blenheim’s invitation for a holiday in the Lake District instead of having to mount an elephant in India with that pill, William.