On Tap Tuesday presents: Linda O’Connor

Heather Hambel Curley

What’s On Tap today??

Today we are featuring Linda O’Connor, author of Perfectly Christmas!  Ready to get in the holiday spirit?  Linda brought us a recipe of her favorite drink!!

My drink of choice:
I’m not very fond of coffee. To get through the many hours of studying in medical
school, my caffeine of choice was…chocolate! On a cold winter night or a snowy
afternoon, there’s nothing better than sipping on a mug of sweet hot chocolate. I love this recipe with the hint of peppermint.
Peppermint White Hot Chocolate
PC with hot mugIn a saucepan, warm 2 cups of half and half cream or whole milk with ¼ tsp peppermint
extract, whisking occasionally. Whisk in 2/3 cup chopped white chocolate (about 4 ounces). Pour into mugs and top with whipped cream and crushed candy canes. Serves 2(or one person with a lot of studying to do).
When the studying is done, you…

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Perfectly Christmas (Perfectly Book 5) by Linda O’Connor #christmasatvivis

Viviana MacKade

There’s a whole lot to like here. First off, every cover for each book of the Series is absolutely adorable, and fun, and perfect (look down for a pic or, better yet, on Linda’s Amazon page if you don’t believe me). Every story of the series is fun and, above all, normal–which mean highly relatable. I don’t know you, but every now and then I need normal. Specifically about the last book in the series, the reason we’re here, I do understand the struggle of not having enough time for everything, and the need to set priorities.

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The last book in the series is Perfectly Christmas (Perfectly Book 5) by Linda O’Connor, a romantic contemporary.

Synopsis

On the first day of Christmas, his true love said to him, “Sorry, I have to work.”
That’s the life of a surgeon, and Dr. Madison Hayes wouldn’t have it any other way.

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A Holiday Tradition for My Mom

What I enjoy most about the holidays are our family traditions. For a long time I’ve lived in a different city than my mom. So for the past ten years or so, I’ve made it a tradition to send twenty-five gifts to her at the beginning of December so she has a gift to open each day from December first until Christmas Day. Each year I choose a theme – gardening, birds, snowmen, everything pink, bed and bath – and buy twenty-five small gifts. Some are practical like Christmas stamps, and a lot are frivolous Dollar Store treasures. My mom says that her favourite year was when I bought gifts throughout the year for each of the holidays – New Years Eve champagne glasses, a Valentines Day cookie cutter, a St. Patrick’s Day table top decoration – well you get the idea, because she realized that I was thinking…

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