Nancy B. Brewer, Best-Selling Author, Songwriter and Artist
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. 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.
Voted South Carolina’s Favorite Author
John Mertz stood only 46 inches tall and he came to America from Austria-Hungary and went to work for Barnum Circus. It is there he first met a tiny Southern bell from Mocksville, North Carolina— Miss Mariah Elizabeth Nail, who stood 36 inches. On August 16th,1883 as...read more
The Seagull Fairy – by Nancy B. Brewer On a special morning bight and airy, Just after dawn if you do not tarry, You might catch a glimpse of the Seagull Fairy. Down by the seaside—Down by the seaside She is the keeper of all the white...read more
Pastor Mark was born on Christmas Sunday, 1955. His mother believed that any year Christmas fell on Sunday was an extra special year. On those Christmas Sundays, his family would...read more
Today I taught a rock painting class for the ladies of “Chapel by the Sea” in North Myrtle Beach, SC. The ladies are going to paint the rocks, hide them with a message for the finder to visit their church. It was a blessed...read more
This was fun to paint. A unique piece or original art on 11×14 canvas. $45.00 (5.50 shipping) Click to order this painting: Hurry she will not last...read more
This painting was done in sepia tones with a red hen to add just enough pop. It was inspired by an antique photo. 11×14 on canvas. It is $55.00 (5.50 shipping) Click here to order here, but hurry- she won’t last long! ...read more
History: After the Civil War Captain John Milton Odell built this mansion which stands on the corner of Buffalo and Union Street in Concord, NC. Odell was known as the “Master Mill Man” and owned and operated several cotton mills after the Civil War. He was remembered...read more
(click on arrow for the reading by author: Nancy B. Brewer) American Woman ~Nancy B. Brewer The same rain that falls on my part of the world falls on other lands. The same sunshine that shines through my window lights the home of others across the globe. I...read more