Welcome to the Bob's Short Story Hour homepage! Thank you so much for dropping in. I hope that since you are here you have a love of reading and storytelling as I do. I can't wait to share with you some stories that will  make you laugh, cry, or have to check twice under your bed before going to sleep at night.

Our content will be available through your favorite podcast browser and iTunes podcasts - you can listen to the show whenever and wherever you want and IT IS FREE! Donations are accepted by clicking the "Donate" link on the top right. Don't forget to keep in touch with us on Facebook and Twitter (@Bobsstoryhour). If you or someone you know is a writer and would like to submit material to be read on the podcast, please stop by our "submissions" page to do just that! Also, if you have any original music you have written and recorded, you can send that in to be played on the show the same way - check out the "submissions" page.

Thank you to all the listeners, everyone who has submitted written works and music and everyone who has donated to the project. None of this would be possible without all of you.

Bob Daun 2010 - credit Rehphotography

Bob Daun 2010 - credit Rehphotography

Check out the book "Childhood Regained: Stories of Hope for Asian Child Workers" which has had stories featured on episodes 7 and 8 of our show as well as upcoming episodes by clicking here: www.amazon.com

The Peterson Laws by Dr. David Peterson

The Peterson Laws by Dr. David Peterson

Author Patrick Marsh of the Greenland Diaries

Author Patrick Marsh of the Greenland Diaries

Musical Guest Kyle Fosburgh

Musical Guest Kyle Fosburgh

Musical Guest Jocko MacNelly

Musical Guest Jocko MacNelly

Bob's Short Story Hour is a podcast released weekly (or at least twice a month) in which your host, Bob, reads short stories from that have been written and submitted by listeners or are in the public domain. 

The 13th episode is NOW AVAILABLE to play or download on our episodes page or on the iTunes podcast app:

  • "He She" by Carl Brookins
    • You can learn more about Carl by visiting his website at carlbrookins.com
    • For a complete list of Carl's books for purchase, click HERE
  • Part III of "The Peterson Laws" (Law #6) by Dr. David Peterson
    • To purchase a copy of "The Petereson Laws: The Rules of Life, Laughter and Emergency Medicine" click here: www.amazon.com
  • Interview with Lois Greiman
    • To learn more about Lois, check out her website at loisgreiman.com
    • To order an electronic copy of her latest book in the Chrissy McMullen series Unleashed, click HERE
    • Print copies will be for sale soon, so check her website or subscribe to her newsletter
    • Lois' children's book mentioned in the interview ("Buffalo Knees") is slated to be featured on the first episode of Bob's Children's Story Hour and can be purchased HERE
  • Part III of "The Greenland Diaries" by Patrick Marsh
    • If you like it and want to read more, you will have to tune in to future episodes, or if you absolutely can't wait, you can purchase the hard copy of the book featuring diary days 1-100 directly from Patrick HERE or in ebook format on www.amazon.com
    • To read the first ten days of "The Greenland Diaries" for free, click HERE
    • To learn more about Patrick, visit his website www.basementsaid.com
  • Background Music for "The Peterson Laws": "Redemption Song" by Musical Guest Jocko MacNelly from Jocko's Yellow Album of Guitar Music
    • Jocko's website can be found HERE
    • His CD's can be purchased on the website or by clicking HERE
  • Song "We All Want to Be" by Musical Guest Kyle Fosburgh
    • Kyle's website can be found HERE
    • You can purchase any and all of Kyle's music on bandcamp.com by clicking HERE
Author Carl Brookins - Sailing on Lake Superior 2004

Author Carl Brookins - Sailing on Lake Superior 2004

Dr. David Peterson - Doing what he loves (practicing medicine)

Dr. David Peterson - Doing what he loves (practicing medicine)

Author Lois Greiman on her horse Sage

Author Lois Greiman on her horse Sage

I started this project when I couldn't find a podcast featuring various works in a range of genres by authors both known and unknown. I have always enjoyed telling stories, reading out loud to my family and friends, and I have never been able to satiate my hunger for new material to read. I also hope that this project can help promote the works of some of the lesser-known authors and get their works out to people who wouldn't have otherwise found them.

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