Eileen Schuh lives in the remote northern boreal forests of Alberta, Canada.  Drawing inspiration from the
wilderness, she creates entire universes populated with fascinating characters doing intriguing things.  

Her interest in psychology dates back decades to her years as a psychiatric nurse.  Her penchant for pondering
Quantum Physics came later, when she needed something to contemplate while her hands were busy with the many
repetitive and boring tasks of motherhood.

Schuh recently retired from a life of careers that varied from nurse to journalist to editor to business woman.  She
remains active in her adopted community of St. Paul and basks in the love and loyalty of an entire flotilla of family
and friends.  There’s no doubt, however, that it’s her grandchildren who are now the centre of her universe.

Schrödinger’s Cat is her first published book and as such, is the realization of a childhood dream.
Eileen Schuh
WolfSinger
Publications
Don't Write What You Know;
Write What You Care About -- Passionately!