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Nathan Dylan Goodwin

8 Podcast Episodes

Latest 28 Aug 2021 | Updated Daily

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Episode 369 - Nathan Dylan Goodwin And His New Genealogical Thriller / How Does MyHeritage Animate Your Photos?

Extreme Genes - America's Family History and Genealogy Radio Show & Podcast

Host Scott Fisher opens the show with David Allen Lambert, Chief Genealogist of the New England Historic Genealogical Society and AmericanAncestors.org. The guys begin with a 100th birthday tribute to a World War II vet who received a very 2021 appropriate gift. Hear what it was. Then, there’s trouble in Greensboro, North Carolina, where a parcel of land, said to be the final resting spot for twelve Revolutionary War soldiers, may soon be developed. Find out what may be built there. Next, Maryland archaeologists have made a remarkable find dating back to the beginning of their colonial days. Finally, Fisher and David talk about a great article outlining all the remarkable historical finds discovered underneath parking lots! From kings to World War II bunkers… it’s an amazing list! Next, Fisher visits with British author Nathan Dylan Goodwin. Nathan is the creator of the genealogical thriller genre, as well as its master. And for the first time, Nathan’s new book is centered in the United States. Hear more about it and how to get your copy. Fisher then visits with Daniel Horowitz, Genealogical Expert with MyHeritage.com. Daniel explains (in understandable terms!) how the new “Deep Nostalgia” tool works to animate your old photographs. Then, it’s Ask Us Anything with Fisher and David. The guys take on questions about a found World War I British medal as well as dealing with ancestral letters. That’s all this week on Extreme Genes, America’s Family History Show!

44mins

29 Mar 2021

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Episode 62 - The Chester Creek Murders by Nathan Dylan Goodwin

Genealogy Happy Hour

An interview with genealogical crime mystery author, Nathan Dylan Goodwin about his new book The Chester Creek Murders.

22mins

15 Feb 2021

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TGP 60: Nathan Dylan Goodwin - Genealogy Mystery Writer

The Genealogy Professional podcast with Host Marian Pierre-Louis – Interviews with Experienced Genealogists

Do you love writing? Have you ever considered a career as a genealogy mystery writer? Nathan Dylan Goodwin wasn't sure that even existed when he embarked on his writing career. Discover how Nathan carved out a niche for himself as the creator of the Morton Farrier mystery series. You'll learn how to ease into a writing career, to stay on track and get your book written.  And you'll hear some tips on marketing your book and self-publishing. Direct link to the show notes: https://www.thegenealogyprofessional.com/nathan-dylan-goodwin

58mins

28 Jul 2020

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Episode 52 - The Sterling Affair by Nathan Dylan Goodwin

Genealogy Happy Hour

Interview with author Nathan Dylan Goodwin on his latest Morton Farrier mystery, The Sterling Affair.

22mins

15 Apr 2020

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Episode 37 - Nathan Dylan Goodwin

Genealogy Happy Hour

An interview with genealogical crime mystery writer Nathan Dylan Goodwin, author of the Forensic Genealogist series of books.

24mins

15 Jan 2019

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Genealogy Connection #021 - Nathan Dylan Goodwin, Mystery Writer

The Genealogy Guys Podcast & Genealogy Connection

Nathan Dylan Goodwin is the author of the Morton Farrier series of genealogy-themed mystery crime novels and novellas. Learn more about Nathan at nathandylangoodwin.com.

57mins

2 May 2017

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Episode 159 - Author Nathan Dylan Goodwin On His New Genie Crime Novel & British Records

Extreme Genes - America's Family History and Genealogy Radio Show & Podcast

Fisher opens the show with the Chief Genealogist of the New England Historic Genealogical Society and AmericanAncestors.org, David Allen Lambert. David tells us about a baby recently born in Mexico that has three genetic parents! Hear why the new procedure was considered necessary. Speaking of DNA, the boys will fill you in on a new deal from 23andMe on autosomal tests for genealogy. Who knew that there would still be new finds to made concerning "Otsi," the Ice Man found 25 years ago? Listen to hear what is now known about this fascinating ancient man. Next, David tells us about a park ranger at Ellis Island and a recent find that is impacting her job. Troops from Tennessee may soon be coming home from the Mexican-American War, which took place some 170 years ago. David will have some details and an idea on a great way to honor your military ancestors. Plus, listen up for another free guest user database from NEHGS! Fisher next visits with British author Nathan Dylan Goodwin about his latest genealogical crime novel, "The Spyglass File," which is set in Britain during World War II and the present day. As usual, Nathan has done a brilliant job. Nathan then stays on to share with listeners ideas on British databases and sources you might not be familiar with. Then it's Preservation Time with Tom Perry from TMCPlace.com. Tom answers a listener question about restoring a saucer with a photo on it. He then shares some ideas on displaying photos on other interesting items, including a backsplash! That's all this week on Extreme Genes, America's Family History Show!

48mins

3 Oct 2016

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Ep. 132 - Michigan Woman Follows Up Father’s Dying Confession, Finds Unknown Sibling in Europe / Nathan Dylan Goodwin and the Genealogical Crime Mystery “The America Ground”

Extreme Genes - America's Family History and Genealogy Radio Show & Podcast

Fisher opens the show with David Allen Lambert, Chief Genealogist for the New England Historic Genealogical Society and AmericanAncestors.org.  Fisher announces the new searchability of Extreme Genes shows and podcasts through transcript.  David then talks about a story that is being investigated that says something is missing from the crypt of William Shakespeare.  What is it and why is it missing?  David will explain.  Next in “Family Histoire News” David will tell you how a family heirloom has survived the destruction of a home by tornado.  The item is a treasure and its journey through the air and back to the family it belonged to is nothing short of miraculous!  There’s a new place for your remains, should you go the route of cremation… a recording disk!  Who is making this possible and for how much?  David Lambert has all you need to know about getting into the recording business.  Post mortem.  David then shares his Tech Tip, and another NEHGS guest user free database. Fisher next interviews Nathan Dylan Goodwin, an author living in England.  Goodwin’s unique niche is the “genealogical crime thriller.”  Fisher says he couldn’t put down the one he has read, Nathan’s latest, called “The America Ground.”  Nathan has authored several books and explains the challenges of finding unique stories from the past and somehow making them relevant in the present.  Want to take a crack at writing a genealogical crime novel?  Nathan Dylan Goodwin will have some great advice for you. We are firmly in the present for the next segment when Fisher visits with a Muskegon, Michigan woman, Jessica Fairbanks, who took notes when her estranged father gave her a death bed confession.  He had had a son while living in Germany that none of his American family knew about.  Jessica went to work to find her unknown sibling.  Catch the full story on Extreme Genes! Then, Tom Perry answers listener emails on preservation.  If you have any eight track tapes from decades ago, you’ll want to hear this. That’s all this week on Extreme Genes, America’s Family History Show!

49mins

28 Mar 2016