This is one of my favorite little books that I have written. It is not in print, but as a Kindle book. (or you can download it on any device) It is the prefect little book for Saint Patrick’s Day reading. A story for all ages! You can get if for just 99cents.
Get the new edition of the “A Coastal Ghost” now in smaller pocket size. Perfect for your beach bag or purse. Make sure “Murder at Myrtle Beach” and “A Coastal Ghost” goes on your next vacation. Relax!
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Win this painting! For every copy you pre-order of my new release “Murder at Myrtle Beach” your name goes in the hat for the drawing to win my original painting (11×14 on canvas) In “Murder at Myrtle Beach” there is a line in the book: “I am feeling a bit like Santa Claus today”. So that is title of painting. Drawing Nov. 26th. Here is the link to get your signed first edition copy of my new book: www.paypal.me/nancybbrewer/18. Or call: 989-622-5177
As you know, I write most of my books in a woman’s voice, but I have a desire to write in a male voice (Maybe I am longing to be a trans-writer. Ha ha). Over the past year I have begun a number of books, but have not applied myself to complete them. I like to write stories that are entertaining, but that also share with my readers: history, wonders outside of their reach, and a little insight into the lives of others and maybe their own.
This mission keeps me searching for the makings of not just a good book but a great book. This man’s life may be a candidate for my next book:
Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza, ( b.January 26, 1852-d. September 14, 1905). Itlalian-born French explorer, who lived a life of purpose and adventure and life-long humanitarian against slavery and the abuse of African workers.
Pierre sailed anti-slave ships to the Congo and armed only by his striking good looks and charm where he was able to convince the Kings of the Congo to place their kingdoms under the protection of the French flag. He claimed many parts of Africa for France. This gave him world-wide acclaim as “The peaceful Conqueror.” In 1888 he became a Freemason on June 26. He was married to Therese de Chambrun (a woman with a story of her own). His last tour of the Congo took a toll on him and he died (age 53) of dysentery and fever … or was he poisoned ?