Welcome to the tour for King of the Blind by Caiseal Mor. Today he is telling us all about his book and writing process, plus tells us some stories about his fascinating life! Please enjoy getting to know him better and then enjoy downloading the book. Remember to follow the tour for even more fun! Plus you get even more chances to enter the giveaway.Continue reading “Interview with Caiseal Mor, author of King of the Blind”
The holiday season may elicit thoughts of cranberry everything, but that isn’t the only reddish fruit out there. I also love pomegranate. (The pomegranate mimosa my local bar and grill used to make is still my favorite!) So why not try it as a holiday cocktail and mocktail? Sparkling water gives you the fancy and festive fizz of champagne. Serve in decorative holiday-themed glasses for even more seasonal cheer! Want to keep it non-alcoholic? All you have to do is leave out the vodka. Your whole family will enjoy it before or during dinner!
Yield: 2 drinks
Total Prep Time: 5 minutes
- 4 oz. citrus-flavored vodka, chilled
- 6 oz. 100% Pomegranate juice, chilled
- 3 T. fresh lime juice
- 4 oz. cold sparkling water
- Optional garnish:
- lime wedges
- fresh pomegranate arils
How to Make a Sparkling Pomegranate Cocktail
- Fill a cocktail shaker with ice cubes and add vodka, pomegranate, and lime juice.
- Shake to combine thoroughly.
- Strain liquid mixture evenly into two champagne glasses and top with sparkling water.
- Serve immediately.
Make it a Sparkling Pomegranate Mocktail
If your kids want to join in the fun, or you or a guest prefer to not imbibe, easily make this into a mocktail by leaving out the vodka. It’s just as tasty!
The Moscow Mule has been making a huge comeback over the past couple of years. Everyone is in love with that gingery deliciousness in a copper mug. So why not give it a twist this holiday season? Find out how to make a Moscow Mule with a colorful festive feel in the Cranberry Moscow Mule!
Yield: 1 cocktail
Total Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cranberry Moscow Mule Ingredients
- 3 oz. premium vodka
- 1 oz. 100% cranberry juice
- 1 T. fresh lime juice
- 8 oz. ginger beer
Garnish for a Cranberry Moscow Mule
- fresh rosemary sprigs, bottom leaves removed, approximately 2-3” long
- fresh cranberries
- fresh lime wedges
How to Make the Garnish:
Take your fresh rosemary sprigs and cut them into lengths of about 2″ to 3″. Be sure to remove the bottom leaves. With your sturdiest stems, carefully thread three fresh cranberries to the bottom. Set aside as you make the drink.
Cranberry Moscow Mule Recipe:
Fill your special copper mugs with ice. Next grab your cocktail shaker and fill it with ice. Over that add your vodka, cranberry juice, and lime juice and give it a good shake. Pour the mixture into your copper mugs and then top off with ginger beer. Give it a gentle stir to combine all of the ingredients.
Next top off the mugs with your cranberry rosemary sprigs and lime wedges, if you are so inclined. Serve immediately.
I’ve had so much fun hosting the Days of Fantasy for Christmas Giveaway series this month! All of the posts have been featured at my main book blog Andi’s Book Reviews. The tour is ending, but the giveaway continues for a few more days. Here are blurbs and links from the entire tour. Check them out and good luck entering this amazing giveaway!
On Tour with Prism Book Tours
Book Tour Grand Finale for
Days of Fantasy for Christmas
We hope you enjoyed getting a glimpse into these fantasy books and grabbed some for yourself or as gifts for other fantasy lovers! If you missed any of the stops, you can see snippets, as well as the link to each full post, below. And don’t forget to enter the awesome giveaway… Continue reading “Days of #FantasyForChristmas Grand Finale #Giveaway”
“The only real blind person at Christmastime is he who has not Christmas in his heart.”
~ Helen Keller
Helen Keller has been one of my heroes since I was a young girl. For someone who started her young life barely able to communicate with anything beyond touch, she was one of the truly wisest people about human nature that I ever encountered. I know when you are lacking in at least one sense, the other ones take over. But her perception of people and intelligence about them far surpassed most people I know today. This is just another one of those gems.