Calling all podcast lovers! We’ve compiled a list of the top 10 audiobooks and their related podcasts. Check out the list below and let us know which ones are your favorite:
Rainbow Comes and Goes: A Mother and Son On Life, Love, and Loss by Gary Vaynerchuk
Podcast: The #AskGaryVee Show
In his book Rainbow Comes and Goes, Gary Vaynerchuk draws from his popular show #AskGaryVee to answer questions about entrepreneurship, family businesses and social media marketing. Listen to his talks on-the-go with podcast adaptations of the original hit show.
Jump by Steve Harvey
Podcast: Steve Harvey Morning Show
Steve Harvey shares daily words of wisdom with listeners on the Steve Harvey Morning Show. In his novel, Jump, Harvey expands on his daily words of wisdom by providing spiritual support, comfort, or guidance to anyone in need.
Bare Bones: I’m Not Lonely If You’re Reading This Book by Bobby Bones
Voice of Country Radio, Bobby Bones, talks about growing up with a young addicted mother, a father who abandoned him at the age of five and being raised by his grandmother in his book, Bare Bones. On the Bobbycast, listen to him interview guests from the comfort of his own home.
Forward: A Memoir by Abby Wambach
Podcast: Fearless Conversation with Abby Wambach
In Forward, Abby Wambach recounts how she lead her soccer team to its recent World Cup Championship and has become an advocate for women’s rights. On her podcast, Fearless Conversation with Abby Wambach, she shares her opinion on the latest topics in the world of sports.
Podcast: The RobCast
In his novel, How to Be Here, Rob Bell helps readers define and follow their dreams. Similarly, on his podcast series, The RobCast, he provides support and insight to listeners and shares uplifting life advice.
Black Man, White House: An Oral History of the Obama Years by D.L. Hughley
Podcast: The Hughley Truth
Black Man, White House, is perhaps one of the most satirical and honest portrayals of the American politics today. On the Hughley Truth, listen to the author’s uncensored opinion on current news, social issues and popular culture.
It’s Okay to Laugh: (Crying is Cool Too) by Nora McInerny Purmort
Podcast: Terrible, Thanks for Asking
In her novel, It’s Okay to Laugh, Nora McInerny Purmort explores the universal themes of love, marriage, work, (single) motherhood and depression through her refreshingly frank viewpoint. On her podcast, Terrible, Thanks for Asking, she explores similar topics in a funny/sad/uncomfortable manner.
Adnan’s Story: The Search for Truth and Justice After Serial by Rabia Chaudry
Adnan Syed was convicted and sentenced to life plus thirty years for the murder of his ex-girlfriend. Since arrested, Rabia Chaudry, a family friend, has believed wholeheartedly in his innocence. In this novel, she reexamines the investigation from her own view-point. Rabia also contacted producer, Sarah Koenig, from This American Life, who turned Adnan’s story into an award winning podcast series and shed new light on the case.
Slobberknocker: My Life in Wrestling by Vincent K. McMahon, Scott E. Williams, Paul O’Brien, Jim Ross and Steve Austin
Podcast: The Ross Reports
Slobberknocker isn’t just a wrestling story. It’s a story about overcoming adversity and achieving your dreams. Jim Ross has held various jobs in the wrestling business, from being a wrestler himself, to calling matches, to consoling contestants. In his latest novel, he shares never-before-told stories about wrestling stars and the politics of the wrestling world. Similarly, on his weekly podcast, he shares his knowledge of today’s wrestling stars and their story lines.
Unqualified by Chris Pratt and Anna Faris
Podcast: Anna Faris is Unqualified
In her latest novel, Unqualified, Anna Faris has plenty of lessons to share: Advocate for yourself. Know that there are wonderful people out there and that a great relationship is possible. Her podcast offers listeners “romantic advice from completely unqualified Hollywood types.”