Still Life with Bread Crumbs by Anna Quindlen
This is the story of Rebecca Winter’s “take two” at life. A famous photographer, most known for her iconic shot “Still Life with Bread Crumbs,” her artistic popularity has waned. She has been divorced for some time. Caring for her aging parents is dwindling her bank account. She moves to rural upstate New York, into a very cheap ramshackle cabin, to earn extra income by subletting her New York City apartment. In this unexpected place she finds artistic inspiration, friendship, companionship and love, of course with bumps along the way.
I thoroughly enjoyed this late in life romance and novel of self-discovery. Lyrically told and fast paced I finished it in just a couple of days. It truly is never too late to start over again!