Interview with novelist Natashia Brewer

Author
Natashia Brewer is here today and we’re talking about her new Christian novel, Biblical Proportions.

During her book tour, Natashia will be awarding a $25 Amazon or Barnes and
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Bio:

Natashia Brewer is the established Resonation Entertainment Group
in 2014. Since the launch of her
company, she has released many motivating and inspiring musical and literary
projects, like: The Infinite Love EP;
Love Song the book; and Biblical Proportions. When she isn’t creating music for upcoming projects, writing books,
conducting interviews, or writing blog post, Natashia is a contributing
songwriter for the charity Songs of Love, creating personalized songs for sick
children.
In addition to being a published author,
songwriter, and music producer, Natashia is a speaker whose objective is to use
her life’s testimony to uplift and inspire others. Letting people know that they can change
their lives if they change their minds.
Natashia
is currently married with two children, she resides in Maryland.

Welcome, Natashia. Please share a little
bit about your current release.
Biblical Proportions is a story
about twin brothers who are music executives in their family business, the
dynamics of this book was inspired by the story of Esau and Jacob from the
Bible. James and Edward are polar
opposites, but they find themselves in the battle of a lifetime. These two gentlemen where fighting the
consequences of some bad choices and the only way out was to strengthen their
faith and surrender to the will of the Lord. They found their strength, peace, and their purpose along the way.

What inspired you to
write this book?
This
idea of writing the book Biblical
Proportions
was dropped in my spirit as I was reading the Bible and
recognized that the situations we are dealing with today are already
written. At that moment I recognized
that stories needed to be told to: one
to bring awareness to how relatable the Bible is; two show the readers how
important developing a relationship with the Lord is; and three share an overall
message. 

Excerpt from Biblical Proportions:

Cynthia
could not resist that man of hers. So,
she grabbed his hands and stood in front of him. He pulled her close, embraced her, and placed
his forehead upon hers. He began to pray
over him and his wife. 
“Dear
Lord, hear my pleas. I lift my heart to
you today. I ask that you give Cynthia
and me strength to make the right decisions. I ask that you show me how to love her through the pain that I have
inflicted upon her. I ask that you open
her heart to receive and forgive. I ask
that you heal the deep wounds that have been created because of poor
choices. I decree and declare that our
marriage will be made whole again. I ask
these things in Jesus name. Amen!” Edward prayed.
Cynthia was full of emotions as
Edward gently lifted her face and kissed her quivering lips. The peck quickly turned into something that
neither of them thought it would be. 
Life Lesson Two: Ignoring an issue will not make it disappear. You must become grounded in the word so that
you will have the strength to endure the storm.


What exciting story are you working on
next?
My next book is titled – There Was
Power in the Pain, From the Pit to the Palace
which is the story about my
life.


When did you first consider yourself a
writer?
I
first considered myself a writer when I held a copy on my first book in my
hands. It was a very humbling and surreal
moment.

Do you write full-time? If so, what’s
your work day like? If not, what do you do other than write and how do you find
time to write?
I do not write full-time. I am a
songwriter, music producer, and a speaker. I also have a background in IT Project Management and I work temporary
assignments from time to time.

What would you say is your interesting
writing quirk?
My
interesting writing quirk would be that I must be in my bed and listening to
music. I don’t want anyone around
me. Just me, my laptop, and my music –
in the zone

As a child, what did you want to be when
you grew up?
As a child, I wanted to be a lawyer (well what others wanted me to
be). I spent a lot of time alone growing
up which increased my creativity. I
loved to draw and build things. I also
found a love for writing and music.

Anything additional you want to share
with the readers?
One final thought/statement, I believe that if you change your mind, you
can change your life. If you are ready to do something different and change
your life, join the Renew
Your Mind Challenge
Facebook group. Thank you. Peace and blessings.
Biblical Proportions is now available for
purchase, visit – bit.ly/purchasebp today. 
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4 thoughts on “Interview with novelist Natashia Brewer

  1. Bernie Wallace says:

    Thanks for hosting the giveaway. Congrats on the book tour. Bernie Wallace BWallace1980(at)hotmail(d0t)com

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