Short stories and tales with fables sprinkled in all narrated by a guy you don't know. Each story is produced with some extra flare as the narrator has gone Pro Log X crazy. Please enjoy some classics and occasional new stories.
Every week enjoy a Short Story by a classic author from the archives of Free Use literature. The goal is to provide something quick and easy to help pass the time.
Enjoy the works of the Grimm Brothers, Edgar Allan Poe, O. Henry, Charlotte Perkins-Gilman, Jack London, and more.
Fable of the Week: The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse
This week we explore the difference between the country folks that like peace and quiet along with poverty as opposed to the sophisticated mice of the city. These Aesop's Fables carry a theme for sure and it is hard to tell who is learning the lessons and who should learn the lessons. If you like that sort of thing please check out Deconstructing Aesop's Fables.
The Haunted Mind by Nathaniel Hawthorne
Another Great Short Story Read by a Guy You Don't Know
The Haunted Mind is like a dream and nightmare explained. I have definitely felt most of this in a night's sleep. This story was fun to read and creepy to think about. The music and or sound effects were also a joy to create. Please enjoy!
Check out all of the episodes as well as Deconstructing Aesop's Fables.
Fable of the Week: The Sensible Ass
The Ass is not seen as a very smart fellow in the fables but this story is a stunner. Not only does the ass demonstrate it's lack of care based on it's being, but it also doesn't care about your wellbeing either. There is a lot to learn in this fable and it will be the next subject of Deconstructing Aesop's Fables, also available on Spotify and anywhere podcasts can be found.
The Little Match Girl by Hans Christian Anderson
What a wonderful joyous shart story for New Year's Eve!.
Bonus Fable: The Lion the Ass and the Fox with a little Flare
The first of the fables is a good one with the Lion the Ass and the Fox. It is shown in this classic tale that if you fail to submit to the king they will end you. What a great tale.
More than just a narration.
Please enjoy the story and original background ambiance by narrator Jon Wilkins with Pro Logic X,.
The Elves and the Shoemaker by The Brothers Grimm
Just in time for the holidays, stories about elves. This is a three-part short story by the Brothers Grimm. Enjoy all three as they get shorter and stranger by the story.