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postheadericon How to Create Horror Monsters

How to Create Horror Monsters

So you want to write this amazing Horror novel, but you just don’t know exactly what its going to be about, but you know its has something to do with monsters/demons. Well here’s how you can make that monster or demon! 1 Know your greatest fears. Know what makes you stay up all night, makes you think wrong, and makes you want to puke, scream, and whine. 2 Choose your most horrific creatures, list them out, and repeat until you have at least 4 left(if you have enough to support…

postheadericon How to Create Good Study Habits for Exams

How to Create Good Study Habits for Exams

Two Methods:Study HelpStudy SchedulesCommunity Q&A Taking exams can lead to stress and anxiety if you have not studied during the year because you will find yourself cramming for each test and studying late into the night. With a little time management during the school year, you not only minimize stress at exam time, but maximize productivity and results. 1 Buy an extra notebook for each subject at the beginning of the year so that as you finish a chapter in class, you can immediately write notes and summaries in that…

postheadericon How to Create Good Personalities for Your Characters

How to Create Good Personalities for Your Characters

Two Methods:Sample Character DescriptionsCreating Personalities for Your Own CharactersCommunity Q&A You’re on a plane to a distant country to visit some weird old relatives you are somehow related to. In your hands, you hold a book that your friend recommended. But wait…as you begin to read you realize that the characters are really boring! This is a typical scenario, probably familiar to a lot of readers out there. You, a writer, can help those readers by creating a story with likable, realistic characters! This step-by-step guide will give you pointers…

postheadericon How to Create Conflict when Writing a Novel

How to Create Conflict when Writing a Novel

When writing is lackluster and you begin to lose interest in a book, it is often the result of there being too little conflict and thus there is not enough driving your curiosity to find out what happens next or how things resolve. To avoid this common beginner’s mistake, here is a guide to creating conflict when writing your novel. 1 Use conflict between characters to create tension and resolution. A classic form of this can be found in romantic novels, for example, where two characters clash until they discover…

postheadericon How to Create eCovers That Sell

How to Create eCovers That Sell

If you sell intangible products online, this simple and short how-to will show you 6 steps to creating eBooks that grab prospects by the eyeballs, and even increase your click-throughs. An eCover action is created mostly in Photoshop by the author. All you have to do is load the action in Photoshop, play it, modify the template, play another step, and it automatically plays back a sequence of events that creates what looks like a realistic photograph of your product in minutes. Read on.. 1 Identify who you are selling…

postheadericon How to Create Characters

How to Create Characters

Two Methods:Creating Your Own CharactersSample Character DescriptionsCommunity Q&A This will teach you how to create great characters for your story. Creating Your Own Characters 1 Decide which genre your character will be in. Is it fantasy, action, comedy, etc.? 2 Answer the following questions: What is this character’s purpose in the story? Why is this character needed in the story? 3 Decide what purpose your character serves. Are you creating a main character or a supporter? The object of affection or a despised enemy to a main character? By deciding…

postheadericon How to Create Bifurcation Theory Catastrophe Curves in XL

How to Create Bifurcation Theory Catastrophe Curves in XL

Nine Parts:Helpful GuidanceThe TutorialCreate the Elliptic Umbilic Catastrophe Curve ChartCreate the Hyperbolic umbilic catastrophe worksheetCreate the Hyperbolic Umbilic Catastrophe ChartCreate the Parabolic umbilic catastrophe worksheetCreate the Parabolic Umbilic Catastrophe ChartRelated CurvesFinal CurveCommunity Q&A You will learn to create catastrophe curves, which come from a branch of Bifurcation Theory in math. These are great curves to have in your portfolio in the realm of graphics. Bifurcation theory studies and classifies phenomena characterized by sudden shifts in behavior arising from small changes, analyzing how equation solutions depends on the parameters that appear…

postheadericon How to Create a Writing Schedule in Excel

How to Create a Writing Schedule in Excel

Along with its number-crunching abilities, Microsoft Excel is an excellent tool for keeping lists. If you’re a freelance writer, Excel can help you organize your writing assignments into a schedule that displays your tasks and related information so that you can track your progress in finishing your assignments and reaching your overall goals. The following steps explain how to create a writing schedule in Excel organized by month. This style is most useful if you write magazine articles and Web copy, but it can be adapted to suit other writing…

postheadericon How to Create Business Letter White Space

How to Create Business Letter White Space

You can write many different types of business letters during your working years. You might be selling a product, inquiring about a job or writing other business correspondence. No matter what type of letter you write, it is important that readers can easily understand it. Having white space helps the reader focus on your message without straining his or her eyes. This article will tell you how to create business letter white space. 1 Set uniform margins on the left and right sides of the document. It is suggested that…

postheadericon How to Create a Universal Language Project

How to Create a Universal Language Project

No one neutral, universal language is yet spoken by the majority of the world. Esperanto has been much more successful than all other non-national, planned universal languages combined. Yet it is only spoken by a fraction of a percent of English speakers. English, in turn, is the only practical present day alternative. However, English is far from universal, egalitarian or neutral, so global communication compared to what it could be is still lopsided, inefficient and still far from universal. Unfortunately, the only way a languages have successfully spread in history…