Steve V. Cypert

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Steve V. Cypert

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Steve is the second child of seven born in Los Angeles, California to a wonderful mother and father. Born into the LDS faith, Steve served a 2 year full-time LDS mission at the age of nineteen in the northern half of Ohio.

At twenty-four he moved from his parents’ home in Los Angeles to Salt Lake City, Utah to try out life on his own. 2 decades later he still lives in Utah, where he found and married his beautiful wife, Katie.

Today they live in South Jordan, Utah with their bald little 6 month old son, Ozzie and their very hairy son, Duke - a three year old Shih Tzu (see Steve’s blog for a photo).

Before fining his [mostly] sweet wife, Steve graduated from LDS Business College in 2000. He then moved on to the University of Utah where he grad
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Steve V. Cypert The way I deal with writer's block is I play Worfued (a Scrabble-like app on my phone). It sparks thoughts sometimes. I will also shut down the…moreThe way I deal with writer's block is I play Worfued (a Scrabble-like app on my phone). It sparks thoughts sometimes. I will also shut down the computer and watch movie or a sitcom to get my mind off of it for a moment. But, I do find that my most thoughtfully creative moments come when I'm relaxed in a nice warm shower. I let the water pour down my face and back and I just think comfortably. Many of my hardest dilemmas to overcome (while writing) have solved in the losing soaking my stresses away in the shower. (less)
Steve V. Cypert I am free to express my creativity as I wish and I can relive every moment through reading and re-reading. I feel like John Travolta in Phenomenon -…moreI am free to express my creativity as I wish and I can relive every moment through reading and re-reading. I feel like John Travolta in Phenomenon - he had so much to share inside but no one to really share everything with. Only I get to share my imagination and creative epiphanies with everyone. (less)
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