All posts by Fred Williams

By July 20, 2017

As a writer, one of the hardest things to do is to find impactful ways of killing supporting characters, should your story call for it. While there are hundreds of ways to do this, there are some that can cause more trauma than others. Keep reading to see how the below ways can cause emotional

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By June 26, 2017

In the past, artists and art collectors tended to find each other by happenstance. Most artists only gained true fame years, sometimes decades after their death. Collectors had to fight tooth and nail and pay extreme prices for pieces because there were so few truly great artists or so they thought. There were others yearning

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By June 14, 2017

Is your home really ready for the zombie apocalypse? You might laugh at the concept, but the idea of a zombie apocalypse is actually incredibly useful for those who want to be prepared for anything. If you remove the supernatural from the equation, what you leave yourself with is a situation where law and order

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By May 18, 2017

It’s easy to sit back in the comfort of your own home or cinema and watch a movie. Especially, when you can lay in bed that night and tell you that it didn’t really happen. What if you couldn’t tell yourself that because the movie was based on a real-life event? Here are five horror

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By April 19, 2017

You may think art theft is a rare event that occurs at the homes of the very rich or at museums. In truth, it is the third largest criminal enterprise behind guns and drugs.   Costs and Numbers of Pieces   Art theft costs art owners about $6 billion dollars a year. The buying and

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By February 9, 2017

Any real bibliophile will tell you that the feeling of physical books is part of the appeal. We all have a few piles laying around that we’ll probably never get to reading, but we just can’t stay out of the bookstores or off Amazon. Surrounding yourself with books is one of the great joys of

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