An eye-opener for both children of aging parents and seniors reluctant to leave their homes, Harmony Hall reveals both the positive and sometimes challenging aspects of retirement living through the interconnected and unexpected experiences of its residents, staff and family members. Ric McGee’s first novel, Harmony Hall, was written as a group activity at Ashland Terrace and is a fictional (based on fact) account of life at Ashland Terrace over the last fifteen years.
“This offering is fascinating, in that it is a novel that is based on real experiences.”
Frank Kourt, Living Well 50 Plus
“Read it for the humor, read it for the tears, read it because it is the mirror reflection of the lives of a portion of our community that is growing in numerous shuffling steps and growing aches and pains.”
Linda Hinchcliffe, Chevy Chaser
“Harmony Hall skillfully captures life’s ups and downs in a small, private non-profit retirement home for ladies of limited means and various needs in Lexington, Kentucky. Drawn from her own experiences in a similar community, the author’s story reveals with humor and empathy that extended families can thrive in a congregate, congenial environment. It subtly underscores the importance of charitable donations to insure that affordable, loving, secure homes remain available to our greatest generation and those that follow.”
Timothy L. Veno, President
The Kentucky Association of Homes and Services for the Aging
Click here to purchase from Amazon.com. All proceeds from the sale of Harmony Hall are donated to Ashland Terrace.