Nancy Sartor is a Nashville born writer with twenty years' experience. She is a charter member and current president of Word Spinners Ink, a member of Romance Writers of America, Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime. She is an enthusiastic graduate of Donald Maass's Breakout Novel Intensive Workshop, Don Maass's workshop on micro tension and the Writer's Police Academy. She is a member of the prestigious Quill and Dagger writing group in Nashville.
She wrote six unpublished novels (two of them unmarketed) before Neva Oakley, the POV character in BONES ALONG THE HILL, came to Nancy in the dead of the night with a whisper, "Hi. My name is Neva, and I fix the faces of the dead." The Muse was singing and Nancy was listening as she embarked on a long and arduous journey to discover the rest of Neva's story.
Today, Nancy lives in Rural Hill, Tennessee, just east of Nashville with her husband, classical composer, David Sartor, and two Maine Coon cats, Ginger (yes, that Ginger) and Autumn Fire, a kitten who does funny kitten things.