Discover your next read, based on podcasts you already love.
If you’re a podcast listener, then you’d likely enjoy audiobooks too.
Like podcasts, audiobooks allow you to listen while doing other things.
Whether you listen while cooking dinner, going on a morning walk, or riding the train to work, you’d be surprised how much you can read by simply listening.
But which audiobook should you start with?
One way to find out is to turn to your favourite podcast for inspiration. See our recommendations below, which outline what you should listen to next based on your favourite podcast.
Which audiobook to listen to based on your favourite podcast
If you love Dyl and Friends, you should listen to
Honest Chat by Dylan Buckely, narrated by Dylan Buckley
If you’re a fan of Dylan Buckley’s Dyl and Friends podcast, you’ll love his audiobook, Honest Chat. Written and narrated by Dylan himself, the audiobook is full of insights from the podcast, plus inspiring stories from Dyl’s own life. Just like his podcast, it’s honest, funny and sometimes tough. The perfect guide for guys who want to know themselves better, it’ll help them thrive in their relationships and face whatever discomfort they’re going through.
If you love The Diary of a CEO podcast, you should listen to
The Diary of a CEO by Steven Bartlett, naratted by Steven Bartlett
Love Steven Bartlett’s podcast, The Diary of a CEO? Then you’ll love his audiobook of the same name. Read by Steven, the book focuses on the fundamentals that he has learned by interviewing thousands of guests on his podcast. The principles outlined are rooted in psychology and behavioural science to withstand the test of time to ensure excellence now – and in the future.
If you love The Daily Aus, you should listen to
No Silly Questions by Zara Seidler and Sam Koslowski, narrated by Zara Seidler and Sam Koslowski
If you turn to The Daily Aus for your morning news hit, you’ll love their new audiobook, No Silly Questions. Instead of zeroing in on daily news, the audiobook is a thorough guide to the bigger concepts often covered in daily headlines. From our political system to our climate, this book is a crash course in everything you need to know to fully understand the news.
If you love Shameless, you should listen to
4am by Zara McDonald and Michelle Andrews, narrated by Zara McDonald and Michelle Andrews
If you’re a fan of the Shameless podcast, then 4am is the book for you. Featuring forty of the very best advice columns the Shameless team has written over the years, it features the same wit and wisdom that you love from their pod. From navigating toxic friendships to finding the courage to pursue your dreams, the book features every conundrum you can imagine.
If you love She's on the Money, you should listen to
She's on the Money by Victoria Devine, narrated by Victoria Devine
Victoria Devine’s money smarts shine in the audiobook version of She’s on the Money. Honest, reliable, and non-judgemental, the book is an indispensable guide to help you get on top of your finances. Just like the podcast, the book features real-life money stories from members of the She’s on the Money community who share their experiences, wins and lessons to inspire others.
If you love The Imperfects, you should listen to
If you enjoy Hugh van Cuylenberg’s podcast The Imperfects, then you should definitely check out his audiobook The Resilience Project. Like the podcast, the book is narrated by Hugh and features many of the same themes Hugh is now known for. Listeners will learn about the neuroscience of resilience while hearing touching stories from real-life people who have been helped by Hugh’s wisdom.
If you love Minding Your Mind, you should listen to
Minding your Mind by James O'Loghlin and Ian Hickie, narrated by James O'Loghlin and Ian Hickie
Based on James O’Loghlin and Professor Ian Hickie’s podcast of the same name, the Minding Your Mind audiobook explores everything you’ve ever wanted to know about how the mind works. Narrated by both authors, their contagious passion and curiosity will inspire listeners to learn more about how their mind works and look out for warning signs when things get tough.
If you love Life Uncut, you should listen to
We Love Love by Laura Byrne and Brittany Hockley, narrated by Laura Byrne and Brittany Hockley
Are you a fan of the Life Uncut podcast? If so, We Love Love is the audiobook for you! Narrated by both authors, the audiobook is a compilation of their most trusted advice. From attachment styles to ghosting, the duo has interviewed experts to give a refreshingly honest take on life’s biggest challenges.
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