Steven Wood Collins


An American by birth and education, he wrote the work from the perspective of a contemporary British novelist in order to enhance thematic elements as well as character development and portrayal. His perspective as the author from that standpoint was largely influenced by George Orwell, Arthur C. Clarke, Aleister Crowley, Spinoza, Joseph Campbell and William Blake.

His life-long interest in international economics and finance continues unabated. He primarily demonstrates this professional involvement as a contributor to the Long Room, the members-only international finance professionals' forum hosted by the Financial Times of London.

He’s an expert scuba diver who enjoys traveling to exotic dive sites. His love of the sea and marine life gives him an unbounded appreciation and support of “green” issues, especially those devoted to the conservation of endangered species and coral reefs.

He continually posts results of his personal genealogical research to his Goodreads Authors Blog. Entitled "The Patricians - The Ancestral Heritage of Steven Wood Collins", the work represents thousand of hours of his research efforts and related commentary. The link for the blog site's title page is as follows:

Smashwords Interview

When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
My wife and I especially enjoy world travel.

I'm also heavily involved with my genealogical research which is geared to present a different version of history. Hopefully, I'll conclude most of the basic research this year so I can begin writing the manuscript. You can view quite a bit I've uncovered so far on "The Patricians" section of my Goodreads Authors Blog (see
How do you discover the ebooks you read?
I don't really have the time to do too much recreational reading, but Goodreads provides useful links to ebooks, as does Smashwords.
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Where to find Steven Wood Collins online

Where to buy in print


Puramore - The Lute of Pythagoras
Price: $5.95 USD. Words: 107,250. Language: English. Published: December 14, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » General, Fiction » Science fiction » Utopias & dystopias
George Smythe spills his blood for The Cause before he has a conscious thought as to either its true nature or his role as its leader in the distant future.

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