Posted February 20, 2019 12:10:19As we write this, the author of the self-published children’s book, “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn,” is back at it again, publishing two more books with the same author, with the title, “Huckleberry Fever.”
This latest release is titled, “Buckaroo.”
The author of “Huck-O,” a self published children’s children’s series published in 2012, has a history of self-publication.
He has released two self-titled children’s volumes, “Raggedy Annie” and “Little Buck” and has also published two “Sleeping Beauty” volumes, which are all self-released.
He is also the author, co-writer and co-director of the “Fairy Tale of Silly Rabbit” series.
This is the third book by Buckaroo author Chris St. Germain that is a self release, as he has previously self-distributed books, “Saddle Up, Baby” and, in 2014, “Little Silly,” with the author himself.
I can’t recommend the book highly enough.
It’s an easy read and the characters are adorable.
I’m particularly fond of the little boy and his “toy” mouse.
The author has a great sense of humor and has a lot of stories to tell.
The author has also been a publisher for many years and has been publishing with various brands such as Penguin Random House, HarperCollins and Simon & Schuster.
The last book published by him was “The Tale of the Red-Headed Fox,” which he co-authored with his brother, Mark.
The book sold a number of million copies and has won numerous awards.
In the past year, St. Germain has also co-edited two other books with a self publisher: “The Princess and the Frog” and a “Children’s Book of the Year” contest.
Germain said that he would be doing a third self-release with a publisher.
He said that his publisher is also interested in publishing “Humpbuck” by a self publishing author.
I know that the author has been successful in the past.
I would imagine that there will be a couple of other self-funded books in the future.