Guest of Honor is the first fiction book I indie published.
I wrote it as part of what I called my “NaNoWriMo in February” campaign. NaNoWriMo (the National Novel Writing Month) is held every year in November, and personally it’s a poor time for me due to the holidays and hunting–although I think that’s the point of keeping to a steady writing schedule. My plan for this book was to write it during the month of February. Well, I wrote it in about six days.
Guest of Honor was a fun book to write.
It’s about a girl named Megan Dust who, after grieving the loss of her parents, hitchhikes from her northern Minnesota town to the Twin Cities. But she meets someone along the way, including a family living in a secluded farmstead, who leads her down a mysterious path.
Interestingly enough, this book was meant as a stand-alone story. But after repeated requests from readers, later this year I will be putting together the first novel in a series revolving the family Megan meets as well as Megan herself. Stay tuned . . .