Sep 6, 2012

Nancy B. Brewer Spotlight of the Week

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Spotlight of the Week

 I think you will enjoy a tour of her website. Click: Here
Events and Book Signings. Click Here
Contact Information. Click Here

Nancy is an author and native of Concord, North Carolina with a long time interest in history and genealogy.

Her books are popular in the Carolina's as well as national and international.
She joins Mark Twain as one of the few authors who has been awarded the prestigious "Jefferson Davis Historical Gold Medal" by The United Daughters of the Confederacy.  Her books have also been on the bestseller lists on Amazon.

As a history reeenactor, she says that writing comes natural to her.  She was often asked questions that led her into countless hours of research and the more she discovered the more she had to share.  She is quoted to say, "History is a never-ending story waiting to be told."
She says it is exciting to receive emails from people all over the world.

She has had people as far away as Australia plan their American holiday around a trip to Stanly County and Concord.

Her Historical fiction books include:


Sandy Ridge

Lizzie After the War

You may purchase Nancy's books. Click Here
Also Amazon, Kindle and Nook.

She is currently in the midst of writing:
A 4th book in the historical series entitled:  Letters from Lizzie

A Dark Fiction Novel entitled Garnet

A mid-evil romance entitled A Noble French Lady

She also writes poetry and writes and illustrates children's books. See Sidebar.

Nancy In Character
Theodosia Elizabeth Sanders 
Straight from the pages of
"Carolina Rain" and "Beyond Sandy Ridge"

Nancy says, " I don't just believe in God. I KNOW him. I have seen him, he talks to me and he comforts me in times of need. I have worked hard, but it was God that gave me the strength, the determination and the talents. Everything that I am, or will be, it is by his grace I have received. If you think this is old fashion, so be it."

 Vernon Brewer (Nancy's husband) on the left and General Lee on the right.
Can be believe the resemblance?  It is amazing.

Nancy I want to thank you for sharing your talent and wonderful photographs with us, and I can't wait to read your books.



  1. Thanks for sharing this. I have not read any of those books.

  2. What a delightful post; thank you! Her books and indeed the author were previously unknown to me.