Snoozecast is a recorded bedtime reading for people that need a little help falling asleep by listening to something.
We read mostly public domain literature and occasionally original works, most episodes last about 25 minutes and trail off towards the end.
New episodes come out every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
For one, Snoozecast is the perfect length of time for most people to fall asleep, so it won't be playing in the background all night.
Also, sometimes when you when you listen to media that isn't conducive to sleep it might have loud noises or otherwise keep your attention from falling asleep.
It can be helpful if you feel like you have a lot of mental chatter to listen to something else, some people find they fall asleep easier if they have something to listen to.
This podcast is designed for folks who have difficulty falling asleep in silence.
Although we are listed in the major podcast directories, many of them have auto-play settings built-in that take extra steps to disable — if disabling is an option at all.
For this reason, we recommend bookmarking our website, and playing directly from here, through your phone or computer.
Please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also write to us on our contact page.