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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.


Jul 9, 2020

Innovation is crucial to the competitive advantage and very survival of virtually every business, particularly as companies adapt to rapid advances in technology and the new normal of COVID-19. While most business leaders place a priority on generating innovative solutions and products, few invest in cultivating the...

Jul 7, 2020

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Jul 2, 2020

The character-driven thriller is the hallmark for former Hollywood producer turned-author Burt Weissbourd. Weissbourd has written numerous acclaimed thrillers, including Inside PassageTeaserMinos, and In Velvet.

His latest work, Danger in Plain Sight  (Blue City Press, 2020), has won praise for its female heroine by...

Jun 25, 2020

If you’re a regular listener to the show, you know that examining creativity—from where it springs, the ways it is applied to writing and other artistic endeavors, is a topic of fascination. We have interviewed dozens of writers, artists, musicians, photographers and many more people who you would naturally assume...

Jun 18, 2020

Brazilian writer Adriana Gavazzoni is a corporate lawyer by day and an award-winning erotic thriller novelist by night. In this conversation, Adriana discusses why she writes, how her day job informs her stories, and how some readers confuse Adriana for her erotic (and often murderous) characters.
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