Hi, Ghgt99. Welcome to the Literature Wikia! Thanks for all your contributions!
Just a quick note about point of view. It is ok here to have two different points of view in one article. Just separate out the sections that are review or opinion from the factual sections. See literawiki:How to write a good review and forum:evaluation essays regarding formats. You can include a short review in the main article, something on the talk page or a separate page just for the review. And as you probably realized, when providing subjective opinion, you should sign your comments.
Similarly, you can add recommendations about who would like a book -- by age, topic, style or another reason. These are our current norms, but active contributors are welcome to suggest improvements.
Glad to have you here! Thanks for starting a bunch of important articles. (In looking over the ones you created, I was surprised some of them didn't already exist.) -- CocoaZen 00:47, January 4, 2012 (UTC)
Well, on Wikipedia articles about novels, plays, movies and TV shows begin with the title in bold text and italics. So, yes, I think we should do the same thing for novels and plays here. Simon Peter Hughes 03:44, January 5, 2012 (UTC)
As I recall the article that I deleted was called "A to Z of Mysteries: The Animated Series" and the article began by saying "A to Z of Mysteries: The Animated Series is a cartoon series that I have made which is the same as the book" So, I think that means, if the series exists anywhere outside of the users imagination, it's just on YouTube or something like that, rather than on TV.
If you're wondering, I think it's fine to include information about movies, TV shows and other things based on certain books in the articles about those books, I've certainly done that myself several times, but there shouldn't be seperate articles about the adaptations. For example, the article about The Lord of the Rings could mention the movies based on it but there should not be seperate articles about those movies on this wiki. Simon Peter Hughes 05:20, January 10, 2012 (UTC)
Hi 99. Im back!