Guys! Did you know you could find audio books on YouTube? Yeah, I guess I’m late to the party. I’ve been hooked listening to them as I clean, shower and generally do things where actual reading is impossible. There are many nonfiction self-help books and lots of literature. The Brother’s Grimm stories and ancient Japanese ghost stories are weird #af, so have at it if you’re looking for something creepy in an “I don’t know how we got here. What is happening?” kind of way. Here are three short audio tales perfect for the seasonal transition between summer and fall, when nights get darker earlier, cuddling gets more appropriate (because temperatures dip) and planning for winter activities begins.
“Six Creepy Tales” by Edgar Allan Poe
No one does it like you, Poe! Tickle me with that necktie, boo! Here are six tales of murderers, madmen and language at its spooky-sexiest.
“The Whisperer in Darkness” by HP Lovecraft
Oh la la! It’s like the X-Files from 1931 but with less David Duchovny and more Cthulhu. Don’t let that deter you.
“The Four Hour Workweek” by Timothy Ferriss
Because you are a well-rounded listener of the YouTube, and creating a four-hour workweek (or, more likely, creating a system where you’re getting more done more efficiently because real job’s time commitment got you like ugh) for yourself will create more time to listen to free audio books online. See what we did here?