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Bedtime Stories for Insomniacs

Since January of 2022, I’ve been working as a freelance script writer for The Slumber Group. I currently have over 20 stories that are in various stages of production. Some of them air on the Get Sleepy free podcast, whereas others are only available to premium Get Sleepy subscribers or people who have the Slumber app.

What Kind of Story is This?

Similar to a meditation or soothing music, it’s a bedtime story that is custom made to lull you to sleep. The idea is to immerse you in relaxation and help you turn your brain off so that you can rest. There are many different types of sleepy stories for grownups, ranging from travel visualizations to fairytales. In every case, extra care is taken to steer clear of any story element that might keep you awake. These stories are all read by professional voiceover actors.

Where Can I Try One?

If you’d like to check out my stories, here are links to the ones that are currently freely available! You can access them by adding Get Sleepy to any podcast app OR you can listen to them in a browser at the Get Sleepy site OR you can find the new Get Sleepy channel on YouTube. Here are some links!

To listen in your browser at the Get Sleepy site:

The Sleeping Castle – A retelling of the classic Grimm Brothers fairytale, “The Queen Bee.”

The Nightingale’s Song – A retelling of the classic Hans Christian Andersen fairytale, “The Nightingale.”

How the Night Came to Be – A woman longs for the peacefulness of the sea in this sleepy retelling of a classic Brazilian folktale

The Country Antiques Market – Wander through rooms filled with antique furniture and other fascinating items during a visit to a rural shop.

If you prefer to check my stories out on YouTube, you can find a few there, as well!

The Nightingale’s Song

How the Night Came to Be

The Country Antiques Market