Each time I want to write something do I have to make a new Hub or can I just add to a Hub I have already started?
You can do either.
It is probably more advantageous to start a new hub if you have another subject, but you can always add to an existing hub if you want to expand on it.
Check out the "help" button above right, for FAQ's-- and look at a lot of other hubs for examples.
Welcome-- and have fun!
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