About the Author, Steven Weaver
Steven Weaver was born in Idaho in 1969. He also experienced some of his early childhood years in Oregon but moved back and forth between Oregon and Idaho until his sophomore year of high school.
Steven was born in the same small town as the actor Aaron Paul, known for his role as Jesse Pinkman in the Breaking Bad series, and most recently the lead actor in the Need for Speed movie.
After high school, Steven enlisted into the United States Air Force (USAF) where he spent four years gaining knowledge about military aviation.
Steven was honorably discharged from the USAF and moved to central Oregon working for a small aircraft manufacturer. With the passing of his mother in 1992 from Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, or ALS, he moved back to his hometown in Idaho where he met his future bride, Lois. Working for ten years at an electronic manufacturer in Idaho, Steven gained an experience in writing while documenting production processes and equipment procedures. That experience only increased when he relocated back to central Oregon to work for a large aircraft manufacturer.
Steven established roots with his bride and three daughters in beautiful central Oregon. A manufacturing engineer by trade, he has always had a passion for writing. He always liked researching and writing stories in school. His passion was put on hold with life. Never totally satisfied with his career, Steven decided to pick up the pen. The Vault: A Journey of Discovery is the culmination of five long years of effort and persistence. Steven stopped writing this book multiple times, making it harder and harder to finish it. Then in 2011 he began once again. This time, the momentum continued, and the results have been pleasant for both him and his family.
World War II has also been of interest to Steven. The war affected so many demographics. Especially close to his heart are those groups who were targeted out and persecuted; whose lives and possessions were stolen from them. The Vault: A Journey of Discovery is about a few people in the world trying to set a terrible wrong right, even if only in a small way.
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