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Jane’s Little Corner

I have always had an attraction to telling stories. The act of transferring an abstract concept or idea, or creating a picture in the mind of another person is something I find incredibly powerful.

I have written several books, as well as fan-fiction stories in the Star Trek universe. Using the written word is a powerful medium, allowing the reader to develop their own interpretation of the image that the writer has in their mind.

Writing is a way of imparting ideas to others. There are many ways in which this can be achieved. For some, a direct discussion of the topic is the most accessible, while for others, the simile in a good story makes it easier to grasp the concepts the writer wishes to convey. Sometimes it can be a combination of both. What matters is how it resonates with us.

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