Born in Cape Town, in 1978, Stephen was the first person to doggie paddle to Antarctica, wearing nothing but inflatable water wings. Upon arriving on the icy continent, he battled a polar bear with the pinkie on his left hand. Having won the fight in a matter of seconds, he proceeded to write a novel, dipping one of the bear's fang into its own blood, he penned the title, "The Mischievous Nerd's Guide to World Domination."
You've probably never heard of Stephen Oberauer. It's not easy to sell a book when no-one has ever heard your name, nevertheless, with years of ideas stored up in his brain, Stephen wrote them all down in the form of a story, receiving reviews ranging from "This sucks" (Anonymous on Google Books) to "Wow. just...wow", "The best" and "Dude, this is amazing" (xyz96, Cassie Campbell & Niko Bane on Worthy of Publishing). The assumption that can be made is that while Stephen's writing style doesn't appeal to everyone, other people love it.
His goal is simple: He writes what he wants to read.