Harmony is a mythical town in Ohio. Gulley brings it to life in a series of anecdotes about its various inhabitants. Although there is continuity and plot development from one book to the next, each chapter of each book can also stand alone as a short story. That makes it great for bedtime reading. The length of each story also works well for us; we can usually read a chapter in one
If you're a bedtime reader, either alone or otherwise, you might like to try this series. As I said, it works well for this purpose. Aside from the convenient structure, they're also feel good books that won't leave you feeling distressed at bedtime. Somehow, Gulley is able to achieve that while examining the reality of human foibles. Besides, Harmony in the bedroom is a most excellent thing. Is it not?