This is the Books page, where you’ll find all the information you could ever need on all the books Steven has written!

So far there’s just one (and a guest appearance in another).


Boldly Going Nowhere

How do you convince someone to love you when you can’t love yourself?

Shy, geeky, lonely and running full-speed in the fast lane to nowhere, Steven McKinnon is stuck in a rut. He hates getting out of bed in the morning. He hates being a burden on his friends and family. And he hates himself for letting life slip through his fingers.

‘Sounds like you need a girlfriend,’ says one of his mates one night down the pub. It’s the call to action Steven needs. But what happens when you embark on a journey of self-discovery and don’t like what you find? What happens when you somehow defy the odds and make things worse? And even more terrifying – what do you do when someone actually likes you?

Stopping off in Prague, Gothenburg, Newcastle and the sleepy hills of rural Scotland, Boldly Going Nowhere is the hilarious and achingly honest true story of what happens when one man decides to take a stand – against himself.


Boldly Going Nowhere is available from Amazon, Google Play, Apple iBooks, Kobo and Barnes & Noble.



In Memory coverIn Memory is a collaboration between 19 authors as a celebration and tribute to Sir Terry Pratchett.

Spearheaded by Laura May and Sorin Suciu, and with all proceeds going directly to Alzheimer’s Research UK, the anthology consists of a fine collection of witty, emotional and entertaining fiction.

Says Steven about the project: “I’m thrilled, humbled, excited and quite frankly baffled that one of my stories will be featured in an anthology being produced in memory of my favourite writer – the wonderful, fantastical and majestic Sir Terry Pratchett.

“I’d like to express how proud I am to be counted alongside authors such as Sorin, Laura, Scott A. Butler, DK Mok and others. They’re a fantastic and gifted bunch, and I can’t wait for everyone to read it.”

Along with the other authors, Steven wrote a blog post on his thoughts behind Sir Terry, the project, the theme of memory and provided some insight into his story, The Vividarium. You can read this on the project’s official website.


In Memory is available from Amazon.