I have a main hub which lists the top ten books of all time (my opinion!)
<no links please!>
and decided to do a hub for each of the books in the list.
The first is on Ender's game:
Is it a good idea to have a main hub and then multiple sub-hubs?
Do I need to add more details to the Sub Hub?
Anything else I can add to make both hubs better?
You might want to search out "flagship hubs" or "capstone hubs" in the search box above, or in 'help'. Seems like you are trying to do something similar.
I think it's a good idea because you are guiding your readers to more of your work. I used a similar approach to create a 5 part hub; at the top and bottom of each of the 5 parts are links to the other 4 parts. It's like a high-tech table of contents.
be sure and include links to one another in the related hubs. good idea. good luck.
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