Books And Bedtime!

So…what I think is helping me fall back to sleep at night is reading complicated mysteries. And…if they are based in little towns outside of London…I fall asleep even faster! I never realized how complicated it is to actually fall asleep. I swear I am awake and sleepless but Den insists that I have been asleep with the TV on! I guess I can’t really doubt him! But I do think that staying in bed when I wake up helps…so hopefully I am sleeping more than I think I am. If I wake up I just grab my Kindle and read my complicated mystery. It works for me now.

 

Anyway…the books…complicated mysteries…they are all that I want to read right now…whether they are in England or not.

Here are some new favorites!

I just read an article about how to fall asleep and stay asleep…camomile tea loaded with honey is supposed to put you to sleep like a baby! Cherry Juice is supposed to work, too, and just regular milk. I will probably try them all.
Nighty Night!
Patty
 

 

 

15 thoughts on “Books And Bedtime!

  1. Jennifer says:

    All great authors,love Val McDermid's books. My favorite is A Place of Execution. Glad you've found something to help you sleep. Might try those drinks for a better nights sleep..thanks for the info.

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  2. Stefanie Ng says:

    I'm glad you've found a method that helps, Patty, and that has you reading at the same time. I read about certain drink mixtures but I always have to get up and pee if I drink right before bed so that doesn't work for me unfortunately. I am trying to get into bed about an hour and a half before 8:30 so I can relax my brain with some reading.

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