My Favorite Story Blog Tour



My Favorite Story Podcast Anthology
Genre: Horror Short Stories

Project Entertainment Network Presents... My Favorite Story


Fifteen podcast hosts and authors share their favorite short story they've ever written…




Spirits by James A. Moore
Two strangers brought together by tragedy are haunted by ghosts of the past.

The Tin Box by Kelli Owen
After the death of their grandma, siblings make a macabre discovery amongst her belongings. Some secrets were meant to go to the grave...

Short Straw by Jay Wilburn
After drawing the short straw, the youngest son is delegated to wake every year to monitor his sleeping family after an apocalypse forced them into bunkers. But there’s something else out there…..with claws.

The Rag and Bone Man by John Urbancik
The Rag and Bone Man wanders—buying, selling, finding and collecting. He always has what you need. He always finds what he wants. Or does he have what you want and finds what he needs?

The Priest by Jaimie Engle
A fallen angel hopes to redeem himself and battles demons in a western town so he can return to Heaven one day.

Seven Eight One Five Four by Amber Fallon
Some habits are hard to forget...even when you’re undead.

Kins by Mary SanGiovanni
Reality takes a dark twist for one man once the mannequins start appearing...

Rainforest of Bones by Armand Rosamilia
A reporter searches out a missing professor deep in the jungles of Brazil – where the skeleton in his closet told him to go.

Put On a Happy Face by Christopher Golden
A clown’s wish to be the funniest clown in the circus has dire consequences.

Mr. Giggles by Frank J. Edler
In the realm of demons, their boogeyman wants a hug and is called Mr. Giggles.

M.EN.TOR. By Thomas R. Clark
An injured soldier gets an experimental chip implanted in his brain with homicidal tendencies.

I Sing A New Psalm by Brian Keene
A man asks the question of how God can give love only to take it away, and he decides on terrible and violent answer.


Dandelion Yellow by Erin Sweet Al-Mehairi
When a young girl can’t find her favorite yellow crayons, the world takes on a dark and disquieting cast.

Dead Beckoning by Chuck Buda
A young man challenges demons to a game of poker with his friend’s life up for bet.

Pegleg and Paddy Save the World by Jonathan Maberry
The Great Chicago Fire wasn't caused by the cow.....they were trying to kill what ate the cow.




With over a dozen diverse podcasts and growing each month, our aim at P.E.N. is to offer great content for listeners for free. With podcasts on horror writing, publishing, interviews, pro wrestling, heavy metal, bizarre fiction, the occult, cooking, book reviews, radio dramas, horror films and so much more… we want to be your one stop for excellent podcasts!

So grab your headphones and listen in! All the cool kids are doing it!




JAMES A. MOORE is the author of over forty novels, including the critically acclaimed Fireworks, Under The Overtree, Blood Red, Blood Harvest, the Serenity Falls trilogy (featuring his recurring anti-hero, Jonathan Crowley) Cherry Hill, Alien: Sea of Sorrows and the Seven Forges series of novels. He has twice been nominated for the Bram Stoker Award and spent three years as an officer in the Horror Writers Association, first as Secretary and later as Vice President.

Never one to stay in one genre for too long, James has recently written epic fantasy novels in the series SEVEN FORGES (Seven Forges, the Blasted Lands, City of Wonders and The Silent Army). He is working on a new series called The Tides Of War. The first book in the series The Last Sacrifice, came out this last January and the sequel, Fallen Gods, is due out in late December. Pending novels also include A Hell Within (a Griffin & Price Novel) co-written with Charles R. Rutledge and an apocalyptic Sci-Fi novel tentatively called Spores. Why be normal?

Being a confirmed Luddite, he is working up the nerve to plunge completely into the electronic publications age. Along with Christopher Golden and Jonathan Maberry, he is one of the Three Guys with Beards.




Born and raised in Wisconsin, Kelli Owen now lives in Destination, Pennsylvania. She has attended countless writing conventions, participated on dozens of panels, and has spoken at the CIA Headquarters in Langley, VA regarding both her writing and the field in general. Her fiction leans toward thriller and quiet horror, with an occasional bloodbath and even rarer happy ending. Her podcast is called the Buttercup of Doom.






Jay Wilburn is an author of horror and speculative fiction that lives in coastal South Carolina near Myrtle Beach. He is doing very well following a life-saving kidney transplant. He taught public school for sixteen years before becoming a full-time writer. His signature series is the Dead Song Legend Dodecology.







Writer. Photographer. Adventurer. Man.
John Urbancik, author of Stale Reality and The Corpse and the Girl From Miami, has written three series of Inkstains stories and hosts a podcast, also called Inkstains, on the Project Entertainment Network. His first novel came out in 2002, and he’s still fighting to become an overnight success. He also takes pictures.








Like stepping into a living dream, Jaimie Engle writes visually stunning fiction where magic turns ordinary into extraordinary. She loves weaving lore into her stories and taking her readers on wondrous adventures. Engle is a cosplayer, podcaster, entrepreneur, and speaker at schools, conferences, and colleges across Florida. She is the creator of Wick Books(tm), story-scented candles based off scents from her novels so readers can fully immerse in the experience of her books. She once danced in the Aloha Bowl, won the Miss Hawaiian Tropics bikini contest, and even ran a body shop. Today, she drinks coffee, plays trivia, and spends time with her husband, two kids, and hound dog.




Amber Fallon lives in Massachusetts with her husband and two dogs. A techie by day and horror writer by night, Mrs. Fallon has spent time as a bank manager, motivational speaker, produce wrangler, and butcher. Her obsessions with sushi, glittery nail polish, and sharp objects have made her a recognized figure.
Amber's publications include The Warblers, The Terminal, Sharkasaurus, Daughters of Inanna, So Long and Thanks for All the Brains, Horror on the Installment Plan, Zombies For a Cure, Quick Bites of Flesh, Operation Ice Bat, and more! Listen to her podcast, It Cooks!, on the Project Entertainment Network.




Mary SanGiovanni is the author of a number of novels including THE HOLLOWER TRIOLOGY (the first book of which was nominated for the Bram Stoker Award), THRALL, and CHAOS, and the novellas FOR EMMY, THE FADING PLACE, and POSSESSING AMY. Her short fiction has appeared in periodicals and anthologies for the last decade. She has a Masters degree in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University, Pittsburgh. She is currently a member of The Authors Guild, The International Thriller Writers, and Penn Writers, and was previously an Active member in the Horror Writers Association and the Garden State Horror Writers. She lives in New Jersey with her son and her cat.






Armand Rosamilia is a New Jersey boy currently living in sunny Florida, where he writes when he's not sleeping. He's happily married to a woman who helps his career and is supportive, which is all he ever wanted in life...
He's written over 150 stories that are currently available, including horror, zombies, contemporary fiction, thrillers and more. His goal is to write a good story and not worry about genre labels. 

He not only runs two successful podcasts...
Arm Cast: Dead Sexy Horror Podcast - interviewing fellow authors as well as filmmakers, musicians, etc.
The Mando Method Podcast with co-host Chuck Buda - talking about writing and publishing
But he owns the network they're on, too! Project Entertainment Network
He also loves to talk in third person... because he's really that cool.




CHRISTOPHER GOLDEN is the New York Times bestselling author of such novels as Ararat, Snowblind, Tin Men, The Myth Hunters, Wildwood Road, The Boys Are Back in Town, The Ferryman, Strangewood, and Of Saints and Shadows. He has also written books for teens and young adults, including Poison Ink, Soulless, and the thriller series Body of Evidence, honored by the New York Public Library and chosen as one of YALSA's Best Books for Young Readers.


Golden co-created (with Mike Mignola) two cult favorite comic book series, Baltimore and Joe Golem: Occult Detective. As an editor, he has worked on the short story anthologies Seize the Night, The New Dead, and Dark Cities, among others, and has also written and co-written comic books, video games, screenplays, a BBC radio play, the online animated series Ghosts of Albion (with Amber Benson), and a network television pilot. A frequent speaker at conferences, schools, and libraries, Golden is also co-host of the podcasts Three Guys with Beards and Defenders Dialogue, and the founder of the Merrimack Valley Halloween Book Festival.

Golden was born and raised in Massachusetts, where he still lives with his family. His original novels have been published in more than fourteen languages in countries around the world. 




Frank J. Edler
My mother was an alien and my father was a lamp post. I was fed a steady dose of soap bars as a child as punishment for my foul mouth and incessant pranks. Little did anyone know the soap only made me stronger, faster, more agile. My brain filled with bubbles that were 99.9% pure. It was an amazing time. I left the city and moved out to the country where I heard tell there is an amazing banana bread store. I never found it, but I did find love. I loved that tuna sandwich like no other and we were married on the Fourth of July, just like Tom Cruise in that one movie about said date. It was a magical time but alas was not meant to be. I ate it. I tried to move on, writing books and sharing them with the local townsfolk. They would tell me to shut up and make sure I flushed before I left. Never once did I wash my hands like the signs demanded. So here I am, dirty handed and telling my tales. Wanna hear one?



Tom Clark is a writer, and a veteran internet journalist and podcast producer. His work has been seen in websites such as This is Infamous and Rue Morgue, among other freelance outlets. He currently produces podcasts at Project Entertainment Network, including his shows: the long running heavy metal and horror themed the Necrocasticon, and the Curtain Jerkers, a comedic take on pro wrestling podcasting. Tom’s debut novella, “Good Boy” will be self published and available through all your digital reading outlets in 2018. Tom and his wife live in the wilds of upstate New York, cohabiting with a pair of Jack Russell Terriers and their pet rabbit.





BRIAN KEENE is the author of over forty books, mostly in the horror, crime, and dark fantasy genres. His 2003 novel, The Rising, is often credited (along with Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead comic and Danny Boyle’s 28 Days Later film) with inspiring pop culture’s current interest in zombies. Keene’s novels have been translated into German, Spanish, Polish, Italian, French, Taiwanese, and many more. In addition to his own original work, Keene has written for media properties such as Doctor Who, The X-Files, Hellboy, Masters of the Universe, and Superman.

Several of Keene’s novels have been developed for film, including Ghoul, The Ties That Bind, and Fast Zombies Suck. Several more are in-development or under option.

Keene’s work has been praised in such diverse places as The New York Times, The History Channel, The Howard Stern Show, CNN.com, Publisher’s Weekly, Media Bistro, Fangoria Magazine, and Rue Morgue Magazine. He has won numerous awards and honors, including a World Horror Grand Master award, two Bram Stoker awards, and a recognition from Whiteman A.F.B. (home of the B-2 Stealth Bomber) for his outreach to U.S. troops serving both overseas and abroad. A prolific public speaker, Keene has delivered talks at conventions, college campuses, theaters, and inside Central Intelligence Agency headquarters in Langley, VA.



Erin Sweet Al-Mehairi has Bachelor of Arts degrees in English, Journalism, and History. She has 20 years of experience in the communication fields and is currently a writer, a journalist, a publicist, and an editor among many other things. 

She is the mother of three school-aged children and a cat. She lives with her family in rural Ohio nestled in the forest—a place just ripe for nightmares. Her passions are reading, writing, book hunting, hiking, and entertainment such as movies/film, television, and music. Oh, and she bakes, because you can’t do any of that without cookies.

Erin is a co-host with her Marketing Morsels segment on Project Entertainment Network’s The Mando Method, an award-winning weekly podcast for new and veteran writers. 
Breathe. Breathe., published by Unnerving, is her debut collection and a mix of dark poetry and short stories. She will also be featured in the upcoming anthology from Unnerving called Hardened Hearts coming in at the end of 2017. Many other works in various genres are in progress as well.



Chuck Buda explores the darkest aspects of the human condition. Then he captures its essence for fictional use. He writes during the day and wanders aimlessly all night…alone.
Chuck Buda co-hosts The Mando Method Podcast on Project Entertainment Network with author, Armand Rosamilia. They talk about all aspects of writing. Subscribe so you don’t miss an episode.

You can find The Mando Method Podcast on iTunes, Stitcher and most other places where podcasts are available. 


JONATHAN MABERRY is a New York Times best-selling and five-time Bram Stoker Award-winning author, anthology editor, comic book writer, magazine feature writer, playwright, content creator and writing teacher/lecturer. He was named one of the Today’s Top Ten Horror Writers. His books have been sold to more than two-dozen countries.

He is one third of the hirsute pop-culture podcast THREE GUYS WITH BEARDS, along with Christopher Golden and James A. Moore. Their guest include authors, actors, and filmmakers.





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GUEST POST
How the West was Weird

As a young boy, I was fascinated with the “Old American West.” Saturday mornings were filled with television shows like Rawhide and The Rifleman. Then I would play with my cowboy toys in the afternoon. I had them all. The Johnny West action figure. My Lone Ranger doll. And a bevy of Marx 6” plastic cowboy figures. I even enjoyed watching Spaghetti Westerns with my old man. My favorites were A Fistful of Dollars and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
The appeal of the Old West embodied adventure and danger at every turn. The West was literally “wild.” And a man was a man. Forced to stand up to injustice and enforce his personal values as he saw fit. Where have all the good times gone?
With such expansive landscapes and lawlessness, it seems only natural to me that the Wild West provides a killer backdrop to horror tales. Supernatural forces run amok. Demon spirits whisked into town behind tumbleweeds.  Ghosts returned to avenge their corporeal grudges.
Even today, abandoned ghost towns dot the American West. Creaky floorboards and saloon pianos played by apparitions are fodder for every paranormal reality show.
I couldn’t resist the chance to play along.
I started my Son of Earp tales, a supernatural series combining the best tropes of the Old West and Horror, so I could continue to live vicariously through these timeless legends. The central character is James Johnson, illegitimate son of Wyatt Earp. He’s only seventeen but he wants to follow in his Daddy’s footsteps. By his side is his loyal friend, Carson, a young boy of twelve with a mental disability. Together, they dream of adventures and battling bad guys across the West. But as they often learn, the bad guys come in many forms. And it is far safer to fantasize about adventures at home.
My favorite Son of Earp story involves James and Carson in an epic battle against cosmic demons at the O.K. Corral. The story is now featured exclusively in the new collection, My Favorite Story Podcast Anthology, alongside many great authors.
Don’t miss out on how the West got weirder…

Chuck Buda is a horror author and podcast host from New Jersey. He is best known for his love of pizza and Black Metal. And when he is not writing stories, Chuck is usually thinking about sex with pizza while listening to Black Metal.
A child of several decades ago (actual decade withheld to hide his age), Chuck grew up a fan of the Universal Monster movies and Leonard Nimoy’s In Search Of… Smitten with all things monstrous and unexplained, Chuck began a lifelong journey of searching for new scares and thrills. And he enjoys the process more than the destination.
Chuck Buda explores the darkest aspects of the human condition. Then he captures its essence for fictional use. He writes during the day and wanders aimlessly all night...alone.
Chuck Buda co-hosts The Mando Method Podcast on Project Entertainment Network with author, Armand Rosamilia. They talk about all aspects of writing. Subscribe so you don’t miss an episode.
You can find The Mando Method Podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, iHeartRadio and most other places where podcasts are available. You can click on the link below and listen directly from the Project Entertainment Network website.The Mando Method Podcast

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