Text: Solveig Hansen, 2018
Have you ever wondered about any of this: Who was richer — Harry Potter or Draco Malfoy? Could Facebook disappear because of the big problem it has? How many times has Rome been conquered? When a squirrel chases another squirrel, are they playing or fighting? What is so great about Charles Dickens?
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Because I write about writing, I asked how to find something to write about. Here are some answers:
How do you start writing? I have a lot of opinions and things to say when I talk, but I do not write that much. I want to start writing, as I think I have a lot to express, but I am not really sure how to get started.
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