Stoli Hot Hangover Cure From Mickey J. Corrigan


As Mickey J. Corrigan, I write pulpy fiction and dark, satirical crime novels. That kind of writer is not someone who collects and tests out new recipes. Unless they include coffee or booze. Or both.
Here is one such recipe from my new novel, Project XX.

Ingredients:
Stoli Hot Vodka (premium Russian vodka flavored with spicy peppers)
tomato juice
fresh jalpeño pepper
1. You can make as much as you need but the proportions should be two parts Stoli Hot to four parts tomato juice;
2. Shake with shaved ice; and
3. Garnish with slices of jalapeño pepper.
Serve with cups of black coffee—as hot and strong as you can take it.






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Mickey J. Corrigan lives in South Florida. She writes pulp fiction from a female point of view. Her novellas and novels have been released by publishers in the US, UK, Canada, and Australia. Poetry chapbooks include The Art of Bars (Finishing Line Press, 2016) and Days' End (Main Street Rag, 2017). Project XX, a crime novel, was released in September by Salt Publishing in the UK.







Author website:  www.mickeyjcorrigan.com



Project XX 


In 2012, a deranged grad student dressed as the Joker shot and killed dozens of movie goers at a Batman film opening in Colorado. Gun violence is so out of control in America that it has become a cruel joke.
Unlike most of Mickey Corrigan's novels, Project XX made itself known to her at that time, demanding to be written. Usually she researches, prepares, then writes. In this case, she wrote first, then did the research on gun violence, female violent crime, and school/mass shootings.
Males are almost always the perpetrators of mass shootings. But females are fully capable of shocking acts of violence and, in the US, military-style weapons are as easy to access as a new hairstyle.



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Comments

  1. I was sure I had left a comment on this post. I've certainly read it before (love the hangover cure!) thanks for sharing.

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    1. That's interesting that you read this before. And to think I think my ideas are so original. Ha! Not really sure anything cures a hangover except time.

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  2. This would have come in handy years ago when I was a kid! (lol) Great idea. Hugs...RO

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    1. It's hard to imagine drinking something like that now, isn't it? Thanks for your feedback.

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  3. That sounds like an interesting book. I don't drink but I'm sure hubby would like that drink.

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    1. If he's into spice he might. Thanks for the feedback.

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  4. Got chills reading the book blurb!

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  5. I love it when the muse kicks in and takes over. And unfortunately, the comment on weapons and hairstyles is too true.
    Best of luck with this.

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  6. My husband is always looking for a good drink recipe. I'll be sure to pass this one on to him. Sounds like one that he'd love.

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  7. I like the sound of this drink! And the books sound realistic for this time.

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    1. Sadly, it's almost too timely. Thanks for your comments.

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  8. The book blurb just gives me the shivers but I would like to read it. Its on my kindle already...just waiting for some time.

    All the best Mickey!

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    1. Thank you! I know how hard it is to find the time, but if you do, please let me know what you think.

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  9. Wow...so chilling!
    I feel drawn to read that book - yet almost too terrified to...it is a subject all too real...

    Have a Great Sunday! :))

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  10. Coffee, booze, and hot foods. Three of my favorite things all together at once. Consider me sold.

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