Nancy Stancill spent more than 30 years as a newspaper reporter and editor before she began writing fiction full-time.
She was an award-winning investigative reporter at the Houston Chronicle and the Charlotte (N.C.) Observer and worked as a reporter and editor at other newspapers in Texas, Virginia and California.
She is a journalism graduate of the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill and received her master’s in creative writing from the University of Tampa in Florida in 2015.
She and her husband lived in London for three years before moving back to the United States in 2012.
She has a son in Virginia and she lives in Charlotte, N.C. with her husband, Len Norman, and black cat, Spud.
Saving Texas was her first novel. Winning Texas is her second.