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Mysterious Goings On

Join author J. Alexander Greenwood for discussions about writing mystery, thriller, suspense, horror and other genre fiction. Every episode, Mysterious Goings On features tips, news, interviews with writers, fans, dramatic readings and more.

Greenwood, an award-winning writer, also provides a "look behind the curtain" at the life of an independent author. Whether you're a writer, aspire to be one, or just enjoy reading, this show is for you.


Feb 13, 2020

Author and strategist Mike Brown, founder of the Brainzooming Group joins Alex to discuss his thoughts on creativity from the corporate setting to the mystery novel. 

Mike and Alex talk about those concepts, as well as the importance of The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, cooking without a recipe, and jamming on a cigar box...

Feb 6, 2020

Alex sits down with marketing consultant and coworking entrepreneur Bob Martin, discussing his creative approaches to clients in the world of the arts, sports, broadcasting, and more. From Radio Disney to creating communities, Bob has tales to tell and good tips for anyone interested in building their brand.

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Jan 30, 2020

This week, we want you to set the controls for something a little different…we’re talking with Gary Lippman, a playwright and author who, like one notable filmmaker, has entertainingly mined a rich vein of tragic pop culture in his debut novel, Set the Controls for the Heart of Sharon Tate.

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Jan 23, 2020

Part two of Alex's conversation with author Jason McIntyre! They dig into more takes on the stuff that caught their eyes in 2019, including Star Trek, a host of Stephen King titles, The Mandalorian, and more. They also discuss the perhaps cynical nature of some fans' criticism of entertainment.

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Jan 16, 2020

Author Jason McIntyre and Alex share their takes on the most prominent pop culture phenoms, movies, books and more from 2019.

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