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
Travel the world in 1923 and meet people whose passion influenced the world. Open the pages of my book “A Beautiful Prison” From the book: “Now join me in welcoming Najib Hankash!” the man said, clapping his hands and making his way off the platform. A...read more
I have been blessed to have written a number of successful novels. It was not without struggle as most things I had to learn the hard way. I believe that we are all put on this earth to share and guide each other. So I am excited to reveal that I am writing a book...read more
Anna Haining Swan stood 7 feet 11.5 inches and weighted 371 pounds when she married Civil War Captain Martin Van Buren Bates who stood 7 feet 11 inches and weighted 471 pounds. It took a 100 yards of satin to make her wedding dress, the material was a gift from the...read more
“The good thing about love is that you don’t have to anyone’s permission to love whomever you please. Even if your friends and family stop loving you. You don’t have to stop loving them. You can still go on loving them just as long as you like. So if you are mad...read more
As a writer and poet I strive to paint with words the passion and the emotions of life. No human emotion is more powerful than love, which is so beautifully written in the “Song of Solomon” from the Bible. This audio is my gift to my dear husband this Valentine’s...read more
Love Me, Love Me Not What a joy it is to be with you my dear friend. You are my champion and with you, I never fear. You above all, are brave, humble and true. How could anyone shun a gentle soul such as you? I say nay to them, it is a crime all the world should see....read more
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