Do you have trouble drifting off to sleep? My mission is simple. To help you relax, put the stressful day behind you and drift off to sleep. In every episode, I will read an old story in the public domain. So lie down, settle into your pillow, close your eyes, and let me read you a story to help you sleep. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Drift off to sleep with tonight's reading of The Island of the Nine Whirlpools by Edith Nesbit. This story is taken from the Book Of Dragons, a collection of dragon fairy tales published in 1900. In this episode, a Princess is stranded on an island s... more
Tonight's sleep story is Dalyrimple Goes Wrong by F. Scott Fitzgerald. It was published in 1920 in Fitzgerald's collection of short stories, Flappers and Philosophers. Young Bryan Dalyrimple struggles to pay his bills after returning from the war. He... more
Feeling stressed? Relax tonight with the opening chapters of the Princess and the Goblin by George MacDonald. Published in 1872, it is a fantasy novel that inspired authors like Tolkein and G.K Chesterton. In this episode, Princess Irene meets her ve... more
I love these classics and the delivery is the perfect combination of understandable and not overly emotional. I am very comforted by Ms Glasgow’s voice.
Taesha's voice is so smooth and full that you'll glide right to sleep. My brain sometimes stsrts to engsge eith the material she reads, but her tone and lilt make even Kafka something I'll fall asleep to. Highly recommended!Someone else wrote something about an alarm tone at beginnings and ends of episodes. There are none at the beginning and since I have never been awake at the end (a ringing endorsement from this chronic insomniac, I just checked a few now. No weird tone at the end.
I am intrigued by the stories but I can’t stay awake through them. Usually I replay them the next day. Beautiful, beautiful… voice…..zzzzzz………
My favorite podcast for getting to sleep. Truly the most relaxing voice ever! None other compare.
The content is well chosen and varied. The narrator does have a distinct cadance, but it absolutely works for ne. If you want to listen to the story, you can, because itt nakes perfect sense: the monotone and little pauses do not in any way interfere with the stories being perfectly intelligible. if you stop paying attention, it lulls you to sleep, which would have been impossible if the reading was less monotone. As a lifelong severe insomniac. I do appreciate this podcast. Thank you.
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