Not yet published or scheduled.
“For the first time I have it all worked out. Beginning to end. Normally I just write and see where it goes. It’s called “A Limited Capacity for Wonder”. It revolves around a child-star called Norton Canes, who is recovering from disgracing himeself. Limping away, trying to remove the mud he was stuck with. It is set slightly in the future, but not Science Fiction, where thing are slipping under the net, crumbling, society slowly breaking down without anyone really noticing. With so much eye candy on offer, technologically, the basic human interactions are simply falling away. (And it’s a comedy, of course!).” – digitalbongalow.co.uk.
- In march 2010 Stephen told The Bad pages that “I’m hoping to do another [novel] as we speak. It’s ready to be written from amassed ideas. Just need a publisher, which I’m looking at now. Fingers crossed”
- The chance of a third novel is also mentioned in this interview from march 2010.
- “A Limited Capacity For Wonder” is mentioned for the first time on management company Neil O’Brien Entertainment’s website.
- Interview: “I’m hoping to finish the new book off in the next few months. It’s just a question of finding the time, with having young kids. That’s what I find difficult. The discipline. The fact that I’ve done it before two or three times before means I know I can do it. All the ideas are there; I just have to put them down on paper. The last one I did when the children were really young, so I’ve no idea how that worked. I lived in New Zealand between the ages of four and seven and I can remember that, but I have no memory of how I wrote my last book.” (York Press)