Tweaking the James O. Youngcliff Blog

WordPress, I’m told is very simple to use; however, for a writer and painter, it has proven challenging. I did some research and discovered this neat code to have the menu travel as the viewer scrolls up and down, which I hope you’ll find it helpful.

BTW, just a reminder that my FREE BOOK GIVEAWAY is still going on so trying checking it out. If anyone is having trouble with the link, please let me know.

Well, back to work: I’m in the middle of making changes to my last manuscript for The Magical, Mystical Golden Steed that the editor returned. I freely admit they are many! Heck, I guess that makes my work better, and I get a big check on reality. LOL.

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The Pickled Man is Here!

Finally, The Pickle Man is in Print!

Front Cover to James O. Youngcliff's new horror novel for young adults
“Often, life sours by the hate it consumes.”

I’m new to Blogging, so forgive me if my blog website is rather simple. Later, when I learn some of the plug-ins, I’ll dress things up a bit. But today I have fantastic news: I wanted to let my fans know that my newest novel for young adults, “The Pickled Man” is available for pre-order at Amazon: click here.

Please check it out! It’s my first horror story and one that deals with terror, the environment and some hard choices family have to make in the future to stay alive. I enjoyed writing it and I look forward to any comments you may have to say. *— j.o.y. *

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“Weird and Rare” (Really?) Interview with James O. Youngcliff

WOW! After much torture and brain spasms, I was finally able to follow YouTube video instructions (not their fault) to bring you the link to my video: click here . Let me know what you think? Rather an amateur endeavor, huh? I must admit it, however, in a strange sort of way — I like it.

But, I am annoyed at the caption (and incorrectly stated, if I might add), it wasn’t my wish to present any “surreal philosophy” of mine; instead, the film was boring on its own, and I was hungry. I’m a bear without breakfast, and besides, I hate giving out interviews. I asked that they do “something” for I looked too surreal and old talking to myself.

In contrast, I’m glad they didn’t edit out the part of The Pickled Man, which is why I interviewed in the first place. As I posted earlier, the digital version is available on Amazon for pre-order now. Both digital and print versions will publish on June 29th. I am just waiting on the proof to arrive in the next couple of days to sign off.

Front Cover to James O. Youngcliff's new horror novel for young adults

BTW, what do you guys think of the cover? Creepy I bet! The black and white picture is even more disturbing. More hints and comments to come on the storyline.

Hey, this post is getting too long; let me end it with a “many thanks!” And keep coming back. — j.o.y.

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Finally, The James O. Youngcliff blog site is up and running

So far so good. I’ve been able to get the blog up. Tried many different apps but the WordPress is the simplest and easiest to use. I hope you guys can leave comments without any problems. Please let me know if you do have any issues at joy@jamesoyoungcliff.com and I’ll try to get back to you.

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