Steve Cypert is the second born to amazing parents in California. Given that he was born into the Church of the Latter Day’s faith, this accomplished author engaged in LDS missions for two years at the age of 19. Throughout this entire period, he lived in the northern part of Ohio. He returned home after the service and left for Salt Lake City, Utah, at 24 to try out life independently away from home. More than 20 years later, Steve still dwells in this state. He is now a family man and writes his insightful books in South Jordan, Utah.
As long as Steve can remember, he has always loved to invent creative and far-fetched stories. In the early 2000s, he used his unique writing skills to complete a famous poem called “Pirate and Captain.” And a little later, he wrote a poem known as “Port of Errors.” He eventually wrote the “Scapemaker” and “Biggle and Bee.”
Of all his works, the last two have made the most significant impact on the world. If you want to explore Steve’s expertise, read on for a brief review of these great literary works.
Steve V. Cypert first named this book “The Son of Nicholas Namely.” However, he changed the title soon after that. Today, when you go online, look for “Scapemaker,” and not the other one.
Steve properly uses suspense to keep his readers guessing and wanting to gather more information. Also, he makes his audience profoundly grounded in the real world and also sees the happenings in the thriving fantastical world.
For Steve to achieve this goal, he creates an abstract high school teacher named Nicholas with his son Mathew and others. The young man does not know that his father is a dreamscaper. Not only that but also Mathew is ignorant that his parent’s class is connected to the dream-world.
After a short while, a series of tragic events begin to take place. This prompts the son to launch an investigation to unveil the mysteries behind these happenings. It is at this stage that this man finds himself in a completely unfamiliar world.
Mathew and his mother, Mae, are forced to travel everywhere to look for a solution to the older man’s strange medical needs. He also reports to a new school where one of his female colleagues introduces him into dreamscaping and spiritual solutions he never knew before. This saves him. He likely suggests that the present generation needs unique solutions. Resposible parenting can prevent many similar issues.
As you see, Steve uses his religious background to inspire his readers and make them remain grounded in the real world. At the same time, he makes the fantastical world enduring.
Biggle and Bee
Steve wrote this novel as he waited for the first Scapemaker edit. From it, you can see that Steve has a particular concern for the affairs of children. This book, Biggle and Bee, offers children a great moral message.
Steve uses an abstract inexperienced young character known as Biggle. This guy starts a journey and eventually finds himself walking alone in the wilderness. Before long, he meets a newly hatched gosling, Bee, which a sly old fox had taken and safely stored in the ground. This experience teaches Biggle an essential lesson on forgiveness. He argues that the parents of Bee were blind and deserve their son’s mercy.
Biggle resolves to escort Bee back to his parents despite the possible dangers on the way. As they walk, define a bully as irresponsible people who need to be helped to understand real life.
In this story, Steve teaches children to expect challenges. However, they must love all, be self-confident always, and solve their problems without fear.
What About Book Covers?
Other than the inspiring stories of love, the strength of character, and self-confidence that characterizes all the books of Steve, the book covers also make them outstanding. If you consider the ‘Scapermaker,” you realize that its designer uses an appealing image of a hidden head of a person.
The illuminating color also makes a professional impact. In all, one gets a feeling that the book is about a fantastic story and lots of extraordinary discoveries. This way, the writings of Steve, including the Port of Errors, can attract any curious readers.
The Bottom Line
If you have never read any book by Steve V. Cypert, you can try “Scapemaker,” Biggle and Bee, or any other. You will see his strong character. This author appears to uphold strong moral values. And this likely point to his early religious upbringing. He endeavors to entertain and educate his readers without compromise.