This week it is my pleasure to interview Guy Lozier. Would you please introduce yourself to my readers, Guy and share something about your life.
Hi, my name is Guy Lozier. I’m an author, director, and producer. I was born in the early 60’s in Oklahoma. I’ve spent the majority of my life in Oklahoma. Back in the 90’s I actually owned a book store also. It was a great time in my life where I spent a lot of time reading. Before the new century had showed its face, I had read well over 500 fantasy, adventure, science fiction, and westerns. This is what inspired me to consider writing my own stories.
When did you write your first book and how did it come about?
I began writing in earnest in 2015. I published my first book called “The Eternal: Guardian of Light” by November of 2015. I thought I would take that book and begin shooting a movie so I created a movie script, pulled together a group of film makers and actors and we began to shoot scenes for the movie. By the end of 2016 I had over 50 actors working with me to produce the movie including the family of producers in Egypt who were producers of the James Bond movie ‘A Time to Kill’. They even offered to pay all my expenses to fly out to Egypt to begin shooting on the scenes written specifically for Egypt. We were to shoot at the Pyramids in Giza, along the Nile River, and in an ancient temple with a possibility of shooting in a government museum. It was very exciting at the time. However, also at the time, a group of tourists had been mowed down by machine gun fire by Egyptian Soldiers not far from where we had plans to shoot. Because of that I refused to do any shooting at the time. Since I was the main director for the movie, not to mention the writer and a producer, I made the call not to do it at the time. After about a year into the project I had to stop the production as I had a lack of funding for the film and we began to have continuity issues with our actors as the scenes were scattered across time too far from one another. So, I put the production on hold where it remains to this day. Maybe someday I can begin again. But until greater funding is provided, I won’t make that mistake again.
Do you always write in the same genre or do you mix it up?
I have written Fantasy, Science Fiction, Adventure, Horror, and Non-Fiction. I’m currently working on a steamy romance also. So yes, I have mixed it up rather well across a number of genres.
When you write, do you start with an idea and sit down and let it evolve, or do you make notes and collect ideas on paper beforehand?
I generally have an idea for a story with certain characters and some background information for them. After I'm sure I want to write the story then I usually like to create the cover for the book and begin promoting it to see what my fans think about it.
Would you like to give us a short excerpt from one of your books?
From ‘The Seventh Sense’
"The very first thing that should be realized by the individual concerns the blunt fact that the body is not them. The body turns to dust once it stops functioning and the one using the body must trust in a process that they continue to exist once the body dies. A simple concept of comparison to an automobile would be proper.
When you step into an automobile, you don’t think the car is you. You use the car but once you are finished, you park it and move on. It is the same with a body. In later chapters we will discuss the origins of the genetic template and the history of this planet which fully explains what has taken place both to the body and on this planet.
Next, the individual should understand that each hold a potential. Science is just beginning to understand the potential of the individual which resides within a body. Not only that but the potential resident within the genetics. Both are in evolutionary types of paths designed to culminate in wonderful experiences. In the last few decades, science has discovered and presented the knowledge that consciousness effects reality.
While that is a powerful statement concerning the individual which resides within a body, even greater discoveries have very recently come forth which are even more powerful. It has been shown and presented the fact that consciousness creates reality. When reading that statement, everyone should be saying, Wow! That means that the consciousness attached to the genetic template is actually creating their very own reality. It is also shown that the individuals being tested were not aware they were creating reality.
This is because the connections to those abilities are tucked away within the unconscious mind circuits. In other words, the individual is not aware they are interacting constantly in those layers of the unconsciousness. The layers of the unconsciousness are generally secured behind a barrier which keeps the conscious mind from knowingly interacting with the unconscious layers. Those layers run deep and just beyond those is another barrier which keeps the super-consciousness anchored securely away from the consciousness and unconsciousness.
Now you should begin to understand the complexity of the situation. Yet we have not even scratched the surface as there are near infinite aspects which could be touched upon. So here is where we will turn to simplicity. Without simplicity, the individual would be required to spend an endless amount of time just learning the basics. With this in mind we ask you to trust us by applying the beginning steps of alignment. It is these beginning steps, when applied correctly, will begin the major shifts and changes of the individual which lead to greater things, namely their very own potential. Just know this one simple thing, what one has experienced, all can experience. That means that any ability displayed by a human on this planet at any time in history, you too can display. That is your potential and much more.
Yet to display one’s potential, all things must be in place. If we look to the ceiling at the light fixture understanding that if all things are not in place, that light bulb will never shine light into the room. If the switch is not placed on the wall, the wires running up to the light fixture, the light fixture itself, a light bulb placed in the fixture and then power hooked to the switch on the wall, without all these things, that light will never shine into the room. So it is with the potential of each individual.
So our task is to empower the individual to find their very own potential. By aligning and beginning to perform in specific ways in the daily life, the individual will be building the system that begins to shine their light into the room.
Now, with the understanding of science, “Consciousness creates reality.” we will proceed."
Who is your favorite character and why?
My favorite character in my books is Milo. That is one of my dogs in real life. He plays a main character in two of my books; ‘Assassinating Custer’ - Book One of ‘The Disclosure Files, and also Book Two of ‘The Disclosure Files’ titled ‘The Hybrid Anunnaki’. I love his character because he is so loveable in the storyline. He is smart for a dog even and the things he does makes you want to love him even more. In the first book he tries to save one of the other main characters and appears to die with them during an earth quake.
Which of your books gave you the most pleasure to write?
A book I co-authored with Jimmy Rose called ‘Dragon Destiny’. The story line is right out of dungeons and dragons. All the creatures you can imagine along with knights, magic, dragons, elves, gods, and much much more. I loved writing that story.
Do you have your own website?
Are you working on a new book at the moment?
I’m currently about to finish a non-fiction book called ‘Growing UP Mayberry – Just the Facts’ which is a story of Neil Shelton’s life as he experienced first-hand the corruption of the court system in North Carolina. He recently spoke to a group of Senators at the Whistle Blower conference in D.C. His story has been in the news a number of times and it is a very powerful story. His court cases still continue to this day as he continues to fight for justice. I should be publishing that book in the next couple of months as I am nearly finished with it.
Do you have any events or book promotions coming up that you would like to tell us about?
My book ‘The Seventh Sense’ is currently in the process of translation into two Chinese languages as I have recently signed a contract with a Chinese publisher for release in China.