Create Vampires is a book, intended as a guide around literary pitfalls, and as a non-Fictional resource written for readers fascinated by vampires and similar monsters!
Vampires Of The Imagination[edit | edit source]
Although vampires are creatures of folklore, monsters from the afterlife that are sometimes called the "un-dead," vampires are uniquely different from ghost, those lingering spirits who refuse to die.
Although vampires, by definition, are animated corpses, vampires of the imagination must feed on human blood in order to continue their earthly existence.
This unique quality makes vampires a popular and original type of fiction, slightly different from the creatures found in folklore.
About This Book
We hope this book will clear up many mis-notions, and common misunderstandings associated with the "un-dead," especially a common confusion about the actual people who did inspire vampire folklore, verses the evolved horror creations called vampires of the imagination.
Preface: The Factual Roots Of Vampires[edit | edit source]
|Factual Basis For Vampires?|
|Factual Basis For Vampires is a special page intended to offer information about the factual bases for vampires.|
What Type Of Book Is This?
This book will introduce 5 "original" fictional creations (or oddly unique persons):
This book, intended as a short guide for people, should focus on why a vampire-person is a original fictional creation.
We hope this book will include tips that will help writers, and questions that challenge our notions.
What type of book can help people became better writers?
A factual book with useful information.
A combination text-book, tutorial, and self-study course-option is intended, yet if done wrong, results may be a experimental book, in need of improvements and development.
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|Table Of Content|
|List of All Pages in This Book|
|Introduction: "Original Fictional Creations"|
|Proper Spelling: "How Do You Spell Vam-Pai-Yer?"|
|What Is A Vampire? A Definition for Vampire:|
|Proper Noun? Should Vampire Be Capitilized?|
|Create A Vampire:|
|Stereotypes To Avoid:|
|History Of Vampires:|
|"Eastern European Folklore"|
|Authors Who Created Vampires Of The Imagination:|
|"Writers Who Did Not Create Vampires"|
|Popular Culture: Vampires|
|"Science and Vampirism"|
|For Vampires: "Scientific Evidence For Vampires"|
|Against Vampires: "Scientific Evidence Against Vampires"|
|Writing Vampire Prose: "Writing Vampire Prose"|
|Resource Page: "Wikisource.org"|
|Information for Spanish speakers: "Vampiro" |
Reference[edit | edit source]
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|How Do You Spell Vam-Pai-Yer?|
|1. Vampiro http://www.es.wikipedia.org "Spanish Wikipedia" Date: 4/20/2020|
|2. Vampiro https://www.spanishdict.com "Spanishdict"  Date: 2/30/2020|
|3. Vampire https://www.merriam-webster.com "Merrian-Webster" Online Dictionary Date: 4/27/2020|
|4. Vampyre https://www.urbandictionary.com "Urban Dictionary"  Date: June/23/2011 |
|Writers Who Did Not Create Vampires|
|"The Vampire" is a poem by Rudyard Kipling (1897)|
Definition: What are Vampires?
The definition for a vampire varies dependent on what dictionary one uses.
Dictionary.com has a general definition:
Vampire: n. a preternatural being
2. (in Eastern European Folklore) a corpse, animated by an undeparted soul or demon.
According to Wikipedia.org, a vampire is "a creature from folklore that subsists by feeding on the vital essence [ the blood] of the living." 
Create A Vampire:
Stereotypes To Avoid:
Kid Vampires. Creating child-vampire types.
History of Vampires:
Eastern European Folklore:
Vampires and Popular Culture:
Authors Who Created Vampires:
Writers Who Did Not Create Vampires: wiki:The_Vampire
Paul Barber in his book Vampires, Burial and Death has described that belief in vampires resulted from people of pre-industrial societies attempting to explain the natural, but to them inexplicable, process of death and decomposition. DEATH w:Death
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