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Books That Make You Podcast

Books That Make You is a channel about all things bookish. Home to the The Books That Make You show with host Desiree Duffy of Black Chateau Enterprises. Where she discuses books with authors and experts, unraveling the inner pages of all the books that help make us who we are. BTMY also live streams bookish events as well as posting author readings and bookish contest on

Dec 28, 2020

Today we’re talking about Books That Make You Break Through the Burnout

2020 has been quite a year, and we all feel a bit burnt out. But we don’t have to feel that way.

Eileen Mc Dargh is the author of “Burnout to Breakthrough: Building Resilience to Refuel, Recharge and Reclaim What Matters.” She joins us to...

Dec 23, 2020

Today we’re talking about Books That Make You Understand Intermittent Fasting

Diet fads come and go, but intermittent fasting, which has been around a while, has been shown to be beneficial. Is this an option? Will it truly work? How can you do it safely?

Dr. Janet Brill is here to answer such questions. She is...

Dec 19, 2020

We’re talking about Books That Make You Transcend Your Expected Purpose

Ever feel like your fate, or destiny, is carved out? That you have no choice to do something different and that your entire identity, purpose, and future depend on your performance? Think of the pressure one must face as a pro football player....

Nov 26, 2020

As so many of us are homebound due to social distancing, we’re facing the new paradigm of working from home. It sounds simple: pull up to the computer, answer emails, check into a few Zoom meetings. Anyone experienced, though, knows this is hardly the full story.

An expert on managing working from home, Sharon...

Nov 19, 2020

We’re talking about Books That Make You Accept that we are not always FINE, even if we say we are, and especially when we are teenagers.

There are many expectations put on us, especially as young adults. We are expected to roll with whatever life throws our way. How often do you say “I’m fine” when someone asks...