Sheila Bautz
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If the toughest competition you face is your own high standard, you will inevitably become better at your game, whatever the game may be. 
~ Robert Herjavec
Sheila Bautz is a talented writer with strong instincts. ​She is a regular Freelance Journalist with The Leader Post and The Star Phoenix. Her articles have appeared across the nation, including in The National Post, as well as world wide. 

Due to her years studying the art of writing, her memoir manuscript (working title When Companies Kill) received a positive review from KIRKUS in 2011. KIRKUS takes pride in their long standing reputation for being The World’s Toughest Book Critics. The manuscript’s published title is Walking The Cutline When Companies Kill, A Memoir  

Sheila is currently booking interviews and book signings for the first print edition of her memoir, published January 2014 by Sheila Bautz Publishing.

​Presently, Sheila is also constructing a strong first draft of her latest Fantasy novel.
Sheila strongly believes in constantly challenging and competing with herself to set the bar higher with her work. As such, she returned to top New York editor and agent Michael Neff’s Algonkian Writing Workshop in June 2012 to aid with achieving that goal. With her writing momentum swooping into full swing, she continues to work on one of her Fantasy novels at the request of Mr. Neff for possible representation.

By invitation, Sheila is also a member of the International Golden Key Honour Society, which recognizes future leaders who are in the top 15% academically.

Continuing to study the art of writing and communication, Sheila believes that no matter where a person is at in their career, they should never be satisfied with their work. There is always something to be learned and improved.

On Twitter:  SheilaBautz1

Sheila's official blog is The Write Inklings (click here).

* All photographs of Sheila Bautz on this website were taken by the very talented Katgrins Photography in Saskatoon, SK.