Mamamia Book Club

20 EpisodesProduced by Mamamia Podcasts

Whether you're a big juicy book worm or you want to include more reading into your life, the podcast book club is the place. Read the book club selections then join Jessie Stephens and a host of her Mamamia guests as they dive between the pages of some brilliant, (and not so brilliant) reads. Sho… read more

20 Episodes | 2015 - 2019

How To Be Perfect

January 19th, 2019


What's it like doing a book club on your bosses book? Let's find out. This week Jessie & Rachel Corbett sit down to discuss Holly Wainwright's …

Everything I Know About Love

January 12th, 2019


What do you call a book that's part memoir, part diary, part recipes? Are female friendships the ultimate love story? And can you write a memoir when …

The Lost Man

January 5th, 2019


Jane Harper rose to fame in 2015 when her manuscript The Dry won the Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards. Three years and two books later, Harper has positioned herself as one of Australia’s best novelist. But is her …

Nine Perfect Strangers

December 29th, 2018


Liane Moriarty is one of the most successful authors on the planet and it's fair to say we love everything she does here at Mamamia. Which is why on …

12 Rules For Life

December 22nd, 2018


Should you always stand up straight with your shoulders back? Can you really bother children when they are skateboarding? Does life REALLY only need …

Boy Swallows Universe

December 15th, 2018


Trent Dalton's Boy Swallows Universe has been labelled one of the must-read books of the year so what better way to kick off this summer season of Book Club.  And joining Jessie Stephens to discuss it is writer and …

Book Club Is Back....

November 15th, 2018


This summer we are bringing back the Mamamia Book Club.

Over 8 weeks we'll be discussing 8 of the biggest books of the year.

We’re kicking it off on the 16th of December with Trent Dalton’s Boy Swallows Universe. Then …

BOOK BONUS: How To Be Perfect

August 28th, 2018


Mamamia Out Loud host Holly Wainwright's first novel focused on the complicated lives of three blogging mum's desperate for their blog to win the …

The Self-Helpy Book: Make It Happen, Michelle Bridges.

August 28th, 2016


For our final book of the season, we're taking on the cult of Michelle Bridges. Whether you're a cynic or a self-help devotee, Make It Happen is …

The Sexy Thriller: Maestra, LS Hilton

August 20th, 2016


Art theft. A femme fatale. Wealth and status, class and sexxxxx. Labelled the "most shocking thriller of the year", this is a book sold for a SEVEN …

The Classic, Re-imagined: Eligible, Curtis Sittenfeld.

August 13th, 2016


What does Jane Austen have to do with crossfit and paleo diets? Nothing until now. Eligible is a modern-day re-telling of the Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice. While this contemporary, tongue-in-cheek retelling …

The Memoir: The Anti-Cool Girl, Rosie Waterland

August 6th, 2016


Imagine being doubled over from laughing, only to stand up and be punched straight in the guts. This debut novel from one of the most exciting writers in the Australian landscape, Rosie Waterland, will do that to you. …

The Thriller: The One Who Got Away, Caroline Overington

July 30th, 2016


It’s been dubbed 'The New Gone Girl'. A fast-paced female psychological thriller from an author who has twice won the Walkley award for investigative …

The Best Seller: Big Little Lies, Liane Moriarty

July 23rd, 2016


It's chick-lit, but not as you know it. Big Little Lies is a brilliant take on schoolyard scandals, kindergarten cliques, with a death thrown in for …

The Cult Read: The Life-Changing Magic Of Tidying Up

January 17th, 2016


This tiny book has sold five million copies, spawned a music album, a TV show, and countless blogs, youtube channels and pinterest pages dedicated to …

The Thriller: The Girl On The Train, Paula Hawkins

January 10th, 2016


It outsold Dan Brown’s The DaVinci Code and has been sitting at the top of the charts since its release. A page turner for sure; a female …

The Self-Help One: Big Magic, Elizabeth Gilbert

January 3rd, 2016


Do you want to live a more creative life?

Elizabeth Gilbert, of Eat, Pray, Love fame says you can. And you MUST. But before you run out and enrol in …

The Beautiful Read: The Eye Of The Sheep, Sofie Laguna

December 27th, 2015

In my opinion, there is no greater discovery in 2015 than this book.  Despite its heavy themes, The Eye Of The Sheep is an eminently readable and …

The True Crime One: This House Of Grief, Helen Garner

December 20th, 2015


Would a man really stage an accident to murder his three children and get back at his estranged wife? That’s the question Helen Garner concerns …

The Prize Winner: All The Light We Cannot See - Anthony Doerr

December 14th, 2015


The Pulitzer Prize winner for fiction this year sounds more like something from a Mills and Boon novel. Orphaned children, a priceless magical …

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