Based on concepts popularized by Joyce Saricks (2005) and Nancy Pearl, appeal is a way of looking at reading.
This is the only one of the three books I read for my Readers' Advisory genre assignment that I would have read for pleasure.
As a former bookseller, a feminist, and someone who's intensely frustrated at mainstream misunderstandings about BDSM, the 50 Shades of Grey trilogy has basically made me die a little inside.
This was a re-read for me, of a book that is easily one of the top five most important books I've ever read.
This reader came from the same genesis as the Gender and Sexuality in Information Studies Colloquium.
Weirdly enough, I'm not actually super fond of the movie Cabaret.
This is one of the very first books I read in 2015, and it had a huge impact on me.