Interview by ‘The Book Commentary’
Posted 17/08/2020 in Interviews
I always wanted to write. Well, not exactly always, but ever since I came across an illustrated book of Jules Verne’s ‘20,000 Leagues Under the Sea’ as a kid, the printed word fueled my imagination.
An interview with The Faerie Review
Posted 09/03/2020 in Interviews
I set out to write Autumn Leaves to explore what I hope are genuine personal challenges set against tragedy, lost love, and possible fulfillment. The gossamer wings of love can snare us and make two people content for life, or they can flutter away in a moment without any rational reason, if there is ever a reason why love fades.
Book Feature: Stefan Vučak’s AUTUMN LEAVES, plus Q&A!
Posted 22/02/2020 in Interviews
An interview with Marie Lavender, and about my novel ‘Autumn Leaves’.
An interview with Book Squirrel
Posted 16/01/2019 in Interviews
Today we welcome Stefan Vučak, an author from Melbourne, Australia, who has written eight Shadow Gods Saga sci-fi novels and…
An interview by ‘The Protagonist Speaks’
2 Comments - Posted 07/12/2018 in Interviews
When everybody is against them, it is tough being a lifeliner, as Nash Bannon found out. Lifeliners are ordinary people…almost. They can draw energy from another person; they live longer and are smarter.
An interview with Literary Titan
Posted 04/11/2018 in Interviews
An interview with Thomas Anderson, Editor in Chief, Literary Titan.
An interview with Anthony Avina
Posted 13/09/2018 in Interviews
Having just finished ‘Lifeliners’, I need a break to recharge. I have a brief outline for a short story, and now that I have the time, I will flesh it out and post it to my website.
An interview with Fiona Mcvie
Posted 07/09/2018 in Interviews
Stefan leveraged a successful career in the Information Technology industry, which took him to the Middle East working on cellphone systems. He also spends time as an editor and book reviewer. Stefan lives in Melbourne, Australia.