The end is where we start from

“What we call the beginning is often the end. And to make an end is to make a beginning. The end is where we start from.” – T.S. Eliot

A big hello to my readers here at body, remember. I truly value every single like and comment you make; writing a novel is a solitary endeavour, and you always seem to provide look-up-at-the-world moments just when I need them most.

I’m moving closer and closer to a final draft of The Memory of Stars now, and this blog is a wonderfully interactive, wonderfully international writing exercise to get me there. I pay attention to what resonates with you, and I’m never more grateful than when you share your stories with me, too.

And like I said, I’m moving closer. I’ve just created a new page here; it contains a synopsis of The Memory of Stars, and a link to the first (very edited!) third of the book. It’s Maggie Valentine’s story. The woman who started it all. But as Maggie herself says – Now I know there is no such thing as an ending.

The end is where we start from, indeed …

The Memory of Stars by Jacqueline Bublitz

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