In 2016, I read over 100 books! *squeals with joy* YAY! I completed the challenge back in November reaching my original goal of 100. I am happy to share that I surpassed this goal by the end of December!
Meg Cabot is a prolific author publishing more than fifty novels in total ranging from middle grade to young adult to romance to fiction; her talent is boundless. I have been reading Meg Cabot novels ever since I was ten or eleven years old. I find her writing style humorous and intriguing. I have become emotionally invested in so many of her characters.
A Little Something Different by Sandy Hall is exactly that, something different. What separates this novel from other books on the shelf is the ability to interweave a narrative from fourteen different viewpoints in regards to one love story. The character perspectives include a waitress at a nearby restaurant, a Starbucks’ barista, a squirrel, a bench, the love interests’ roommates and friends, their creative writing professor, bus driver, and two fellow creative writing students.