IT HAS ARRIVED!!! The slow process of publication has finally reached success! THE SECOND
MILAGRO is now available at your local bookstore, amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and borders.com!! Hope you enjoy reading
it, and thanks for being patient!!!
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LINDA RAINWATER (nee Gaulding) was born
in Anniston, Alabama. She was a “closet writer” for much of her life while putting her love for books and learning out in
the open. She taught at Oxford High School, Jacksonville State University and Auburn University, where she earned her Ph.D.
natural progression was to impart her love for literature to others. As a professor of English for seventeen years, she taught
everything from grammar to Shakespeare. Leaving that profession, she traveled and gathered words and experiences needed for
her next life, as a writer. THE SECOND "MILAGRO" is her first novel. It grew out of her travels in Mexico and her intrigue
with the Mexican culture. She has two other novels in the works, THE DREAM CHANGED and FRAMING THE TRUTH.
lives in Virginia with her husband, Ray. She has two sons, Jason and Joey Thrower and four grandsons. Plus there are four
children she calls her own, since marrying their father, whom she calls her Knight in Shining Armor. The Mount Vernon Writers'
group has contributed to keeping her pen working while her cat keeps her company, making writing, she says, her best life
of The Second Milagro!
MILAGRO means miracle in Spanish. However, it is also
the name of small brass, silver, gold or tin charms. These charms were introduced to the New World by the Spaniards and they
are still a part of life today in much of Central and South America. The tiny pieces are bought by those who have a special
prayer for the saints. Milagros come in all shapes, representing any ailment, any need. They are taken to the churches where
they are pinned to the walls, altar cloths, crosses or the saints themselves.