Lemonada Media And Apple Books Launch Book Club Across Books And Podcasts

Lemonada Media, the award-winning podcast network that makes life suck less, and Apple Books, the best way to experience books and audiobooks, announced a new iteration of The Lemonada Book Club, a first-of-its-kind, free-to-join digital program that puts the audio in book club, uniting fans of nonfiction storytelling across books and podcasts.

Each month, Lemonada and Apple Books will select fascinating audiobooks spanning a wide range of topics and genres – including memoirs, life guides, and other eye-opening storytelling – and foster conversations about them across Lemonada’s award-winning podcast network.

By joining The Lemonada Book Club, members will receive regular audiobook recommendations that relate to the topics discussed on their favorite Lemonada podcasts, hear from the authors of selected titles on these shows, and participate in digital community events with other listeners. 

The first round of audiobook selections from Lemonada and Apple Books include: A Living Remedy by Nichole Chung, You Could Make This Place Beautiful by Maggie Smith, and Drama Free by Nedra Glover Tawwab.

“When we piloted The Lemonada Book Club last year, the immediate demand demonstrated to use that our listeners want to engage, build community, and have access to more curated content,” said Lemonada CEO Jessica Cordova Kramer. “This new collaboration with Apple Books helps us to do just that – expand the range of titles available to listeners, provide, even more curated recommendations, and foster a greater sense of community among listeners.”

Sign up for The Lemonada Book Club newsletter. Members can find all the audiobook selections in The Lemonada Book Club collection on Apple Books and listen to Lemonada’s award-winning, critically-acclaimed podcasts on Apple Podcasts. Members can also follow @LemonadaMedia and @AppleBooks on Instagram and Twitter to stay up to date on the latest selections, hear more from authors, and engage with other members and listeners.