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S.M. Stirling
I'm a writer by trade, born in France but Canadian by origin and American by naturalization, living in New Mexico at present. My hobbies are mostly related to the craft -- I love history, anthropology and archaeology, and am interested in the sciences. The martial arts are my main physical hobby. show more

I'm a writer by trade, born in France but Canadian by origin and American by naturalization, living in New Mexico at present. My hobbies are mostly related to the craft -- I love history, anthropology and archaeology, and am interested in the sciences. The martial arts are my main physical hobby.
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Birth date: September 30, 1953
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JL's Bibliomania
JL's Bibliomania rated it 4 months ago
On March 17, 1998 there was a brilliant flash of light, and afterwards explosives (including gunpowder), internal combustion, and electricity no longer work. Dies the Fire follows two small bands trying to stay alive during the first months immediately after The Change. Clan MacKenzie, led by Ren ...
Author C. M. Skiera's Blog
Author C. M. Skiera's Blog rated it 3 years ago
A wonderful collection of speculative fiction short stories by some of the genre's most talented writers. Not a dull tale in the bunch.
Author C. M. Skiera's Blog
Author C. M. Skiera's Blog rated it 3 years ago
A wonderful collection of speculative fiction short stories by some of the genre's most talented writers. Not a dull tale in the bunch.
Grimlock ♥ Inhumans
Grimlock ♥ Inhumans rated it 3 years ago
*Trigger warning for rape and child abuse* I really like the Ship Who Sang series, or at least the idea behind it. (Not even why people are put in shells, but that they are. So if someone is born and within a certain amount of time, it's discovered that they will be so handicapped they can't d...
House Built of Books
House Built of Books rated it 3 years ago
A title like "Dangerous Women" invites cliché, and this anthology features a fair number of them - particularly the femmes fatales. It could be that the femme fatale just doesn't work for me as a character. Always seen through jaded male eyes, she perhaps has a longer history than is sometimes re...
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