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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James O. Youngcliff is a YA fiction writer, credited with several exciting “telling stories” for adolescents with his BluBerrie Series. His works never fail to impart wisdom for those willing to take the time to go down the “road less traveled.” So, prepare yourself for the strange and twisted. The Pickled Man is more than a horror piece for young adults, it came about from wants in the author to change creative direction. Excited to weave social and political maladies around a classic American past time as a summer vacation, this tale will resonate in the hearts of those not satisfied with the ordinary. “It was fun to write, and I’m sure young teen readers will appreciate the surreal aspects of this new story,” the author states. Originally from New York City, he lives in Dade City, Florida now and when not writing, he oil paints, draws and exhibits in art galleries throughout his home state. Currently, he is working on a series of adult novels, the first soon to be available: Lost Stars in Winter’s Limelight, tracing the fictional saga of the Holidays, a Druid family, living in the mountains of Washington state. It is a journey into the whimsically bizarre and surrealistic origins of this abnormal family through each generation, and their strug-gles to keep their mysterious town called Chrisma-La alive.

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