Talk:Virals (novel)

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I love this book, and but the article is very vague. I would really like to edit it, but I don't really understand how. I understand how to edit the plot section, but the introduction sort of thing is also a bit too short for my liking, so I would like to emphasise it. Previously, I have endeavoured to write more on the plot, but I had to stop, as I had to go to bed. Is there a way I can save the page so that only I can see it, and continue writing from where I left off? I heard of this thing called sandbox - I do not paticularly understand it; would you be able to help me with it? I would really appreciate any support/advice you have to give (I'm new here). Thank you! — Preceding unsigned comment added by Wilfbibby (talkcontribs)

Hey, Wilfbibby! Welcome to Wikipedia! You can find your own sandbox here; you can feel free to use it for drafts as much as you want. It's a great place to start a draft, take a break, then come back and finish it. And as I said on your talk page, feel free to check out the Teahouse; it's a great place to ask questions like this! Writ Keeper 18:31, 28 March 2012 (UTC)
Thank you very much! I have just finished reading the book, and I am now saving up to buy the next in the series (I noticed there is no wikipedia article for the book Seizure. Anybody feel like writing it?) — Preceding unsigned comment added by Wilfbibby (talkcontribs) 12:15, 31 March 2012 (UTC)
I have created a page for Seizure - feel free to add to it RGCorris (talk) 10:21, 10 March 2013 (UTC)

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