I receive regular Facebook posts from the Steve Laube Agency. Today's guest post makes a good point. What happens when you cannot enjoy the titles provided? My late husband John became legally blind in 2013. Always an avid reader and fine public speaker, he joined a men’s book club at our local public library in 2015. He and another vision impaired member were given talking books of the chosen title. One or two he found interesting. The problem was that the titles chosen were often women’s fiction for the men. John gave up and stopped going. His other blind friend agreed with him, and stopped going too. Book clubs should work on the basis of the members agreeing what choices to make. Having said that, I realise that you will not have a consensus of opinion among members, but perhaps a voting type system would work. It isn’t possible to cover all bases of interests, but people could agree to meet in the middle. Check out the post and form your own opinion.