Reading what we've written out loud is a wonderful way to improve our writing. We can catch mistakes as well as hear if narrative and dialogue flow naturally, but hearing our own voices can get old fast.
Fortunately there's Natural Reader, a Text to Speech software that can not only give our vocal cords a rest, I have found it helps me catch more errors than if I am reading myself.
A limited version of the program is free to download and use. I admit I splurged to buy a couple of the extra, higher quality voices, now available in what is called the "Personal" version.