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Nancy B. Brewer, Best-Selling Author, Songwriter and Artist

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North Carolina author, Nancy B. Brewer combines her love for history with her passion for creating heartfelt stories and characters.

Readers are captivated from page one by Brewer’s soft southern style and poetic quotes and lines. The author is a master of weaving historically accurate stories filled with intriguing characters and thrilling plots.

She is available for book signings and presentations, and her books are available on Amazon/Kindle and Nook

“She is a master at creating intriguing characters and thrilling plots.”

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A Beautiful Prison

The year is 1923 when bobbed hair, short skirts, speakeasies, and T-Model Fords were the rage. Evelyn Josephine Ferguson (Eva Jo), a wealthy socialite from the Hamptons, finds herself a misfit in the modern world of the roaring 20’s.

Travel with Eva Jo in search of her new destiny aboard the SS Royal Napoleon—a voyage of exotic ports, adventure, danger, and romance.

 

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New CD!

Now you can enjoy the characters in Nancy’s children’s books up close and personal.  Click below to order

3 Beloved Children’s Books written and narrated by Nancy B. Brewer (Cd)

Latest Books

Children’s Ebooks written and illustrated by Nancy B. Brewer- 

Rufus the Rat

A delightful story with fun animal characters and one rat that always needs a bath.
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Leprechaun Wishes

A magical Irish story which teaches the joy of giving.
$1.99

Princess Bertha and the Goose

A new twist on Mother Goose reminding us that love sees with the heart and not the eyes.
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Hope grows!

Suffering produces endurance, and endurance produces character, and character produces hope. And through troubled seas our faith grows. Hold on! God with throw you an anchor! If you like to purchase this little anchor- it is available on our link:   Southern Shells...

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Where did the Easter Bunny Come from?

  The Easter Bunny: first appears in German traditions as early as 1682.  The Easter Bunny had similarities to Santa Clause, bringing colored eggs and candy to good children at Eastertide.   In Medieval Church Art: The rabbit is sometimes associated with the...

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Sea Turtles are ancient creatures

Sea Turtles are ancient creatures, and have been on the earth for over 100 million years. Please wear our necklaces and earrings set as a reminder to all humans, that we must protect the creatures of this earth. Our sea turtles are threatened today by fishing nets,...

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Princess Alexandra a trend setter—Collier De Chein

Princess Alexandra was a beauty that would not let a a disfigurement get the best of her.  She was said to have an awful scar on her neck. She worn lovely high collar dresses for daywear, but low-cut evening wear presented a problem.  She took to wearing layers of...

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Strange behavior in the 1800’s.

In London 1854. George Campbell and John Challis lured men into a fancy ball dressed to the nines as women. They were arrested on the intent to commit an unnatural offence. One of the men was claimed to be a preacher and on mission of research, the other claimed poor...

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Women-fashion-watches and the Dandy Horse

My grandmother worn a locket with a watch around her neck and I always admired it. In the 1800’s women often pinned a watch to their bosom or dangled it on a chain. Did you know the wristwatch became popular with the bicycling fad (or Dandy Horse- as the bicycling was...

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Paintings By Nancy

Writing books is my job and my art is my hobby. This page features my art in the series called “From the Mountains to the Sea”

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Videos & Trailers

These videos allow you to listen to the author read excerpts from her books, preview music, and watch the author perform in character.

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Book an Appearance

I am available to speak at your organization. Arrange a book signing or select one of my programs you would like for your group.

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Help the Children of Laos

Soap for Life is a cause near and dear to Nancy Brewer’s heart. A long-time family friend, Mac Maness, has been teaching the families of Laos how to produce clean water and to make their own soap, reducing fatalities due to unsanitary conditions.

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What My Readers are Saying

“Until now I had never thought that I would find another author with the power to evoke an authentic sense of time and place as did Laura Ingalls Wilder in her stories of pioneer life. Until now I had never thought that I would find another author who could write with the authentic voice of the antebellum South as did Joel Chandler Harris in Uncle Remus stories. Until now I had not read Carolina Rain by Nancy B. Brewer.”

Jack Durish

“Nancy truly has captured the essence of the South and the way of life during the 1800’s. I felt as if I was transported in time and experienced the 1800’s for myself. The character building is so strong I believe there is not one character I dislike, even the unsavory ones. I’m really looking forward to the next book in this series.”

Stephanie

“Excellent! I heard Nancy B Brewer speak at an author event and just listening to her talk about the characters and the history behind (The Two Faces of Nina Grey) had me so intrigued, I knew I had to read it. It was one I couldn’t put down once I got started reading. … Now just have to hope for a sequel.”

Krystle

“I received (Quotes and Poems in Black and White) as a gift because my daughter knew I loved this author. I have since given them to my friends as a gift. It is a lovely little book and one you will enjoy by your bedside.”

Carolyn Baker