Mysterious Goings On

Listen in and find out why Mysterious Goings On with J. Alexander Greenwood is a favorite show for top-selling authors, leading creative thinkers, and people making a difference in our society. Every week, we take on the mysteries of creativity, writing, and more.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 37m. Bisher sind 129 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 3 days 3 hours 20 minutes

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episode 6: Nick Braccia and the Definitive Book on The Sopranos


Groundbreaking TV phenomenon 'The Sopranos' was a blend of drama, humor, sex and betrayal, with darkly comic brushstrokes. Airing from 1999 to 2007, it was the story of the Italian-American mobster Tony Soprano balancing his family life with his role as the leader of a crime family, and in 2021, it’s one of the hottest shows on TV. Alex loved it and is ecstatic to welcome Nick Braccia to the show...


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 2021-02-04  46m
 
 

episode 7: Sea Monsters, Cryptids, and More with Max Hawthorne


Bestselling author Max Hawthorne joins Alex to talk about his hugely popular Kronos Rising series, as well as how he approaches writing from the perspective of a sea monster. Hawthorne also talks about his interest in cryptids like the legendary Bigfoot--which he has seen, up close and personal. You don't want to miss this one!

Buy Kronos Rising.

Visit Max's website: KronosRising.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook...


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 2021-02-11  48m
 
 

episode 8: Summoning Black History in a Mystery with Victoria Bond


The parallels between the recent unfettered violence loosed upon our nation’s capital by many identifying as white supremacists and the uncountable atrocities historically committed against Black Americans are inescapable. Nor should they be. To explore this moment in American life, Alex welcomes Professor Victoria Bond.

John Steptoe/Coretta Scott King Award winner Victoria Bond is back with the final book in the Zora & Me trilogy, Zora & Me: The Summoner...


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 2021-02-18  41m
 
 

episode 8: Jedlie on Reading with Your Kids


Jedlie (aka Jed Doherty) is one of the nation’s most exciting school show performers. He uses positive reinforcement, storytelling, illusions, comedy, music, and dance to motivate audiences to make healthy choices, build safe schools, stand up for one another, and to be inclusive. He is also the host of the Reading with Your Kids podcast, which inspires families to read together...


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 2021-02-25  35m
 
 

episode 9: Simon King on Serial Killers, Prison, and Being Prolific


Today we meet a man who refuses to put down his pen, having written more than 30 books in as many months. Simon King is the author of the hard-hitting Prison Days series and is here to talk to us about where he finds the inspiration behind so many books, as well his latest on-going series about the mysterious-yet-deadly Samantha Rader.

Buy the Prison Days books here.

Buy the Max Series books here.

But the Sam Rader series here.

Visit Simon's website: BooksBySimonKing...


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 2021-03-04  48m
 
 

episode 10: Ed McDonald on Cyberwarfare and Korea's Game


Korea’s Game,an explosive debut thriller by a law enforcement expert, isset in Arizona during the two months leading up to North Korea’s combined nuclear and cyber-attack on the United States and the two days immediately following. Not only does the protagonist have to deal with the cyber-attack, but also with a vicious pimp who is pursuing his teenage daughter...


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 2021-03-11  37m
 
 

episode 11: Hybrid Publishing and Local Lore with Michelle Cox


Novelist Michelle Cox shares her experiences working with a hybrid publisher, the real-life inspiration for her successful Henrietta and Inspector Howard series as well as “Novel Notes of Local Lore,” a weekly blog dedicated to Chicago’s forgotten residents. 

Her books have won over 50 international awards and have been praised by Kirkus, Library Journal, Publishers Weekly, Booklist, Foreword, Elle, Redbook, Brit&Co., Popsuger, Buzzfeed, and many others...


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 2021-03-18  45m
 
 

episode 12: The Right Type for Poetry with Rachel Noall


Today Alex introduces you to poet R.R. Noall, who uses a good, old-fashioned typewriter to write a poem each day for her readers, supporters, and fellow writers. A noted Denver typewriter poet, she "performs" for guests at weddings, happy hours, meetings, etc., creating poetry for guests on the spot. Since 2016, Noall’s work has been featured in numerous publications, and she’s published two full-length poetry collections...


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 2021-03-25  44m
 
 

episode 14: The Five Benefits of Creative Parenting with Nina Meehan


Has Covid-19 changed the way you feel about parenting? Feeling stuck, ineffective, or even guilty? Never fear! Our guest Nina Meehan is a leader and creative thinker with a passion for creating moments of connection and joy through education and the arts, and she has plenty of good advice for parents.

She is dedicated to bringing innovation to the learning process and storytelling to all...


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 2021-04-01  43m
 
 

episode 14: Bruce Boise on Blowing the Whistle


In this moving interview, we meet Bruce Boise, who helped expose a massive scandal involving the manufacture and marketing of opioids that, to this day, has staggered the nation. 

Boise worked for nearly 24 years in the pharmaceutical industry, first as a hospital representative, and then as a sales manager in the Great Lakes region...


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 2021-04-08  49m