I’m a book character!

Creative Writing and My Author Journey

So as you lot following my blog love a bit of creative writing, I’m guessing that means in the majority of cases you also love a bit of reading! For about a year or two now I have been reading free books in exchange for an honest review for authors and publishing companies. Recently I started the ‘E’ series by Kate Wrath. I have read up to book 3 and am now just waiting on the release of Elergy. I have been in contact with the author herself and she told me about a competition running on her site. I decided to enter and I WON! As a prize she is going to feature me as a character in Elergy. I can’t wait to meet ‘Lozzi!’

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Motorist runs over man three times and then has nose bitten off by victim’s son

Oh my, this is where I live!

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The scene in Weston Super Mare where a man was left fighting for his life in a row over a parking space. See SWNS story SWPARK; A driver has been jailed for mowing down a pedestrian in a violent fracas over a parking space which saw the victim run over up to three times and the defendant lose the tip of his nose. John Crowley, 44, attempted to park his green classic Mercedes 350 in an on street parking space but was unable to so as Peter Cox stood in the spot to reserve it for his son. Crowley was agitated that he was unable to get into the only remaining space and edged his car slowly towards Mr Cox ñ knocking him to the ground, but not causing any injuries. The victim's son, Craig Cox, then noticed what had happened and began attacking the driver of the car. During the scuffle, in which Mr Cox Junior bit a chunk out of Crowley's nose, the car continued to move. The scene in Weston Super Mare where a man was left fighting for his life in a row over a parking space (Picture: SWNS)

A motorist who run over a man three times and then had his nose bitten off by his son as revenge has been jailed for 14 months.

John Crowley carried out the brutal assault on Peter Cox in November when he refused to get out of the way of his classic green Mercedes 350.

He had wanted to park in the last spot but Mr Cox was saving it for his son, who owned a legal high store nearby in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset.

Crowley, 44, edged his car slowly towards the victim, who refused to move and was knocked to the ground.

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John Crowley arrives at Bristol Crown Court for sentencing, Bristol, 19 June 2015. See SWNS story SWPARK; A driver has been jailed for mowing down a pedestrian in a violent fracas over a parking space which saw the victim run over up to three times and the defendant lose the tip of his nose. John Crowley, 44, attempted to park his green classic Mercedes 350 in an on street parking space but was unable to so as Peter Cox stood in the spot to reserve it for his son. Crowley was agitated that he was unable to get into the only remaining space and edged his car slowly towards Mr Cox ñ knocking him to the ground, but not causing any injuries. The victim's son, Craig Cox, then noticed what had happened and began attacking the driver of the car. During the scuffle, in which Mr Cox Junior bit a chunk out of Crowley's nose, the car continued to move. John Crowley arrives at Bristol Crown Court for sentencing (Picture: SWNS)

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Truth or Dare

Lozzi's Book Reviews

About: Halloween night. The freaks are out and having the time of their lives. The kids of Greene Point High School have organized a massive bonfire out in the woods. One drunken teen suggests playing a game, a game called Truth or Dare. That’s always a fun game. Always good for a laugh. By the end of this night, nobody will be laughing. Alcohol, sex, deadly secrets, and oceans of blood await them. Do you dare to play?

TRUTH OR DARE is a shared-world horror anthology featuring the morbid writings of Joe McKinney, Nik Korpon, Jeremy C. Shipp, Jessica McHugh, Peter & Shannon Giglio, William Meikle, and many, many more.

My Review: This anthology starts with the writing of Richard Thomas, who includes a very short story of only a few pages long. He was definitely the right choice to start the anthology as he immediately draws the reader in by getting…

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