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WORDS: Larrson’s Millennium Series Gets Fourth Book 
The fourth instalment of Steig Larsson's Millennium series will be published next year. Rumoured to be entitled God’s Revenge, the book was half finished at the time of the author’s death in 2004.
Stockholm newspaper Aftonbladet reports that the fourth story takes place in Canada and focuses on protagonist Lisbet Salander’s personality changes when she starts to deal with the conflicts from her past.
Her tattoos are believed to be explained in the action, each representing a person who has hurt her.
In an email to a friend a month before his death, Larsson revealed that he had completed the beginning and the end of the book but that the middle part was incomplete. 
Larsson’s bestselling series, including The Girl with The Dragon Tattoo, have sold 73 million copies worldwide. 
The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest is expected to be turned into a movie starring Daniel Craig the sequel to the US version of the original Swedish movie. 

irishmusicfeed:

WORDS: Larrson’s Millennium Series Gets Fourth Book 

The fourth instalment of Steig Larsson's Millennium series will be published next year. Rumoured to be entitled God’s Revenge, the book was half finished at the time of the author’s death in 2004.

Stockholm newspaper Aftonbladet reports that the fourth story takes place in Canada and focuses on protagonist Lisbet Salander’s personality changes when she starts to deal with the conflicts from her past.

Her tattoos are believed to be explained in the action, each representing a person who has hurt her.

In an email to a friend a month before his death, Larsson revealed that he had completed the beginning and the end of the book but that the middle part was incomplete. 

Larsson’s bestselling series, including The Girl with The Dragon Tattoo, have sold 73 million copies worldwide. 

The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest is expected to be turned into a movie starring Daniel Craig the sequel to the US version of the original Swedish movie. 

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Tip: “Keep a couple of these bags in the car so when you see someone struggling (i.e. begging), you can give them a little something.”

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Cadence

Instead of a street light
angling through your blinds
decorating sleep
I am a pale gleam
on the sheets
my mouth the next verse
we lean into
I want to set you loose
like a wind chime
in a storm shaking the house
until our teeth crack
I don’t want a taste
I want my body to be
so full of your body
that you wave at yourself
in the mirror
with my hand

Sarah Bartlett, from Sixth Finch (Winter 2014)

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Milan Kundera, Identity

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Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray

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Portugal’s Herdade da Comporta region is home to unspoiled beaches, a glamorous crowd, and chic homes to rent. Read more about it in our August 2014 issue. Photographed by Martin Morrell. #portugal #comporta #summersurf

condenasttraveler:

Portugal’s Herdade da Comporta region is home to unspoiled beaches, a glamorous crowd, and chic homes to rent. Read more about it in our August 2014 issue. Photographed by Martin Morrell. #portugal #comporta #summersurf

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Happy Birthday Buddy Guy!

George Guy was born July 30, 1936, in Lettsworth Louisiana. Guy joined Chicago’s Chess Records in the 1950s, playing guitar for Muddy Waters and other Chess artists. Striking out on his own, Guy developed a hybrid sound of blues, soul, jazz, and rock that influenced a generation of guitarists. Learn more about this 2005 inductee at the Library and Archives.

Video: Guy performs "Out of Sight" on British television in 1965.

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When I was 17 I joined the USAF to pay for medical school. My first boyfriend, who was also in the Air Force, started getting too intense. When we were getting ready to go out one night, he picked up my hair dryer while it was still hot, and pressed it against my back, burning me. I broke up with…