Corona’s the Name

Here’s another thing to think about with this coronavirus pandemic–beer. Yep, that cool stuff from Mexico served with a lime called Corona.

In the interest of helping a sister country Mexico, take a virtual tour of a beach (any beach that is on your bucket list or one of your favorites) and lean back with a Corona. And, a lime. With salsa and chips. Great way of spitting in the eye of this virus.

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Published by Nancy Hartney

Nancy Hartney's debut novel hits the shelves 2021. If You Walk Long Enough is a tale of a return from the Vietnam War to a place that is no longer home and the people have become strangers. It is a tale of psychic pounding, of the twists and turns of relationships, of upheaval, and survival. Her previous two short story collections set in the South—'Washed in the Water: Tales from the South' and 'If the Creek Don’t Rise: Tales from the South' continue to be available in bookstores and public libraries. Hartney writes poetry and magazine articles. Her work can be found in various regional publications, horse magazines, and national poetry journals. She often serves as writing contest judge, workshop leader, and presents author readings at libraries and book clubs. She is a member of Oklahoma Writers Federation, Ozarks Writers League (MO), Tallahassee Writers Association (FL), Ozark Creative Writers (AR), and two local critique groups. Her books are available in print and e-format as well as audio.

2 thoughts on “Corona’s the Name

  1. Clever. The imaginary world has shifted into overdrive–which is the natural world of writers. Moving here from an island off the North Carolina coast–going there in my mind, sitting on the deck, hearing the waves, and seeing the faint light flashing from a distant light house — ahhhhh. Enjoy your beer. Virtual drinking with your friends.


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