You probably know about the reading passages in Georgian a Reading Grammar (Aronson) and have the audio files. I've copied and translated all of them to English to the best of my ability. You can download them here
. I split up the vocabulary lists in each lesson and put them below each paragraph, like in the Georgian Newspaper Reader book. I revised the passages several times over for mistakes/typos, so I don't think there are any but I'm not 100% certain. The translations are far from perfect in regard to accuracy, so don't hold me to anything regarding that.
Do you have a copy of the Georgian Newspaper Reader book? There are audio files for it out there, and the passages are relevant to modern Georgian, especially for news items. The format is comfortable because the passages are short and the vocabulary lists for each are directly below each paragraph. There are translations and a glossary in the back.