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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 16, 2020

Author Aldo Cernuto joins the show from his home in Italy to discuss his approach to writing, sharing why it is important for writers to keep their mouths shut (at times), and the way he clears his mind. We also discuss The Curse of Knowing, Cernuto’s first novel in English, available on

Cernuto is an internationally-multi-award-winning creative director. He currently divides his life between two charming villages he’s loved forever: beautiful Camogli, along the coast of Liguria, and Pimlico, in central London. 

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This episode of the Mysterious Goings On Podcast was recorded and mixed at Green Shebeen Studios in beautiful Kansas City, Missouri. Copyright 2020, all rights reserved. No reproduction, excerpting, or other use without written permission.