Sweet Nothing

actually slightly gone off sweet potatoes as they taste too sweet, as do some varieties of squash. But Iam being completely honest in this book, ...

Author: Nicole Mowbray

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1409154858

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 320

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Quit sugar. Change your life. Two years ago Nicole Mowbray gave up sugar and the effects were astonishing. It changed her life, her body, her relationships, her face and her health. Now sugar is under fire and firmly in the dietary spotlight - the World Health Organisation have lowered the recommended daily intake and Britain's chief medical officer Dame Sally Davies has raised the idea that sugar may even be addictive. Nicole's book - part memoir, part guide - will help people to give up sugar. She interviews experts, including nutritionists, cardiologists, and psychologists, to back up the science and explore the link between sugar, validation and our emotions. Nicole shares with readers how she did it, why they should, what they can expect and how they can do it - with recipes, expert tips and help along the way. This book will tell you what to kick and what to keep and how not to fall into the secret sugar traps.

Sweet Nothing

But ofcourse the wheels start turning: Lose the ten, and you've got nothing, not enough to makea decent bet on the nextrace, not enough to buy Lupe and ...

Author: Richard Lange

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 144479003X

Category: Fiction

Page: 272

View: 741

Winner of the CWA Short Story Dagger. Every life is uncertain. Every choice is a danger. Set on the dark side of Los Angeles, this is a masterful collection of edge-of-your-seat tales: a prison guard must protect an inmate being tried for heinous crimes. A father and son set out to rescue a young couple trapped during a wildfire after they cross the border. An ex-con trying to make good as a security guard stumbles onto a burglary plot. A young father must submit to blackmail to protect the fragile life he's built. Sweet Nothing is an intense and gripping journey through real lives with big problems, from one of America's great short story writers.

Sweet Nothings

29.95 CRAFTS / SEWING Sweet Nothing Las Flirty & Fabulous Delicates WW Do you long for handmade lingerie that fits like a dream , doesn't cost a fortune ...

Author: Valerie Van Arsdale Shrader

Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.

ISBN: 9781600593833

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 132

View: 880

Venus tanga, sugarplum, lemon drop, morning sunshine, hello yellow, beaded bliss, Eve, raspberrys wirl, Amelie, polka dot bloomers, skirt flirt, calla lily, Scarlet, heartbreaker, cupcake cami, Trixie, narcissus, sassafras, girlesque, gardenia, cosmo bustier, blush garter, sugarberry, stargazer.

Sweet Nothings

“Sweet Christ, Molly, I think he left you a final sweet nothing.” Molly liked that. A sweet nothing. It reminded her of all the little gifts Jake had left ...

Author: Catherine Anderson

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101578750

Category: Fiction

Page: 464

View: 637

Discover why readers and critics have called the Coulter family novels “romantic through and through” (Publishers Weekly) with this poignant contemporary romance from New York Times bestselling author Catherine Anderson. Molly Wells is keeping a lot of secrets. Such as why she’s stolen her ex-husband’s expensive stallion and driven him hundreds of miles to the ranch of horse whisperer Jake Coulter. And why she’s arrived with no job, no money, and an all-consuming fear. Molly may be willing to risk everything to save the stallion, but it’s herself she really needs to save… By making a place for Molly on his ranch, Jake suspects that he may be harboring a thief. But there’s something about this courageous yet vulnerable woman that tugs on his heartstrings. He yearns to shower her with the greatest gifts he has to give—his home, his heart, and his life to share. But until she’s strong enough to accept them, all he can offer is the patience to win her slowly, the strength to fight her enemies, and the promise to love her forever…

Sweet Nothings

Mindy Potash-Smith. Q SWEET . NOTHING-S Mindy Potash-Smith SWEET? O NOTHINGS Mindy Potash-Smith. Front Cover.

Author: Mindy Potash-Smith

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1479709921

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 284

View: 932

Cut-throat defense attorney, Jessie Spring doesn’t have time for nonsense, so dating is the last thing on her mind—until she spots the notorious womanizer, Detective Peterson. Peterson doesn’t believe in relationships. Despite his view, when he spots Jessie in the court house, he only has one thing on his mind and he’s willing to do whatever it takes to make his conquest. When Jessie starts receiving rhyming notes from a stalker she turns to Peterson for help. What they end up with is much more than either of them bargained for.

Sweet Nothings

It was a good contradiction , a lovely ambiguity , an honest - to - god sweet nothing ; in this regard , rock was to me then what poetry is to me now — a ...

Author: Jim Elledge

Publisher: Georgetown University Press

ISBN: 9780253208644

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 283

View: 192

A collection of poetry about rock music includes such pieces as "Jungle Music," "Meet the Supremes," "Sound Systems," "American Bandstand," and "Elegy for Elvis"

Arts of Engagement

So I put my faith in something unknown I'm living on such sweet nothing But I'm trying to hope with nothing to hold I'm living on such sweet nothing And ...

Author: Dylan Robinson

Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press

ISBN: 1771121718

Category: Art

Page: 382

View: 216

Arts of Engagement focuses on the role that music, film, visual art, and Indigenous cultural practices play in and beyond Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission on Indian Residential Schools. Contributors here examine the impact of aesthetic and sensory experience in residential school history, at TRC national and community events, and in artwork and exhibitions not affiliated with the TRC. Using the framework of “aesthetic action,” the essays expand the frame of aesthetics to include visual, aural, and kinetic sensory experience, and question the ways in which key components of reconciliation such as apology and witnessing have social and political effects for residential school survivors, intergenerational survivors, and settler publics. This volume makes an important contribution to the discourse on reconciliation in Canada by examining how aesthetic and sensory interventions offer alternative forms of political action and healing. These forms of aesthetic action encompass both sensory appeals to empathize and invitations to join together in alliance and new relationships as well as refusals to follow the normative scripts of reconciliation. Such refusals are important in their assertion of new terms for conciliation, terms that resist the imperatives of reconciliation as a form of resolution. This collection charts new ground by detailing the aesthetic grammars of reconciliation and conciliation. The authors document the efficacies of the TRC for the various Indigenous and settler publics it has addressed, and consider the future aesthetic actions that must be taken in order to move beyond what many have identified as the TRC’s political limitations.

Sweet nothing

L'enderrocament del bar Bones Stones i el retrobament amb un antic amor, fa que e. recordi amb nostàlgia la seva adolescència, quan escoltava rythm'n'blues i aspirava a ser un gran novel·lista: Amb només 19 anys e. publica un llibre de ...

Author: Llàtzer Garcia


ISBN: 9788497914673


Page: 96

View: 723

L'enderrocament del bar Bones Stones i el retrobament amb un antic amor, fa que e. recordi amb nostàlgia la seva adolescència, quan escoltava rythm'n'blues i aspirava a ser un gran novel·lista: Amb només 19 anys e. publica un llibre de relats curts i es proposa anar a viure amb la seva parella, una jove universitària que té problemes familiars. L'arribada d'ella al Bones Stones, el bar que porta la dona i que la parella visita gairebé cada nit, pertorba profundament e.: ella és una jove atractiva, autèntica, d'una altra època. En toni, un amic d'e. que també escriu però de forma pèssima, acaba de patir una depressió i la dona es planteja tancar el bar a causa de la poca clientela. Històries encreuades conflueixen al petit bar d'una ciutat freda i humida.

Sweet Nothing

Sweet Nothing is an eco-feminist, spiritual and philosophical lament against the increasing speed and fragmentation of modern life.

Author: Carmela Circelli

Publisher: Fourfront Editions

ISBN: 9781927443606

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 188

View: 725

Sweet Nothing is an eco-feminist, spiritual and philosophical lament against the increasing speed and fragmentation of modern life. It draws parallels between some of the central ideas of existential phenomenology, psychoanalysis and neo-pagan spirituality, in order to make a case for the slowing down of Being. A philosophical memoir, powerfully woven together by a personal narrative of the Italian immigrant experience.

Pass Thru Fire

Sweet. Nothing. Say a word for Jimmy Brown, he ain't got nothing at all Not the shirt right off his back, he ain't got nothing at all Say a word for Ginger ...

Author: Lou Reed

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 0786726024

Category: Music

Page: 608

View: 313

Containing a body of work that spans more than three decades, Pass Thru Fire is a stunning collection of the lyrics of an American original. Through his many incarnations-from proto punk to glam rocker to elder statesman of the avant garde-Lou Reed's work has maintained an undeniable vividness and raw beauty, fueled by precise character studies and rendered with an admirable shot of moral ambiguity. Beginning with his formative days in the Velvet Underground and continuing through his remarkable solo career-albums like Transformer, Berlin, New York, Magic and Loss, and Ecstasy-Pass Thru Fire is crucial to an appreciation of Lou Reed, not only as a consummate underground musician, but as one of the truly significant poets of our time.

Resilience Melancholy

This male voice says “sweet,” but doesn't complete the titular hook; instead of saying “nothing,” he doesn't say anything. If the original soars up to a ...

Author: Robin James

Publisher: John Hunt Publishing

ISBN: 1782794611

Category: Philosophy

Page: 234

View: 324

When most people think that “little girls should be seen and not heard,” a noisy, riotous scream can be revolutionary. But that’s not the case anymore. (Cis/Het/White) Girls aren’t supposed to be virginal, passive objects, but Poly-Styrene-like sirens who scream back in spectacularly noisy and transgressive ways as they “Lean In.” Resilience is the new, neoliberal feminine ideal: real women overcome all the objectification and silencing that impeded their foremothers. Resilience discourse incites noisy damage, like screams, so that it can be recycled for a profit. It turns the crises posed by avant-garde noise, feminist critique, and black aesthetics into opportunities for strengthening the vitality of multi-racial white supremacist patriarchy (MRWaSP). Reading contemporary pop music – Lady Gaga, Beyonce, Calvin Harris – with and against political philosophers like Michel Foucault, feminists like Patricia Hill Collins, and media theorists like Steven Shaviro, /Resilience & Melancholy/ shows how resilience discourse manifests in both pop music and in feminist politics. In particular, it argues that resilient femininity is a post-feminist strategy for producing post-race white supremacy. Resilience discourse allows women to “Lean In” to MRWaSP privilege because their overcoming and leaning-in actively produce blackness as exception, as pathology, as death. The book also considers alternatives to resilience found in the work of Beyonce, Rihanna, and Atari Teenage Riot. Updating Freud, James calls these pathological, diseased iterations of resilience “melancholy.” Melancholy makes resilience unprofitable, that is, incapable of generating enough surplus value to keep MRWaSP capitalism healthy. Investing in the things that resilience discourse renders exceptional, melancholic siren songs like Rihanna’s “Diamonds” steer us off course, away from resilient “life” and into the death.

All or Nothing

I let myself sink into him, taking all I could get of my sweet nothing. The next three days passed in much the same way. Braydon and I hung out in our room, ...

Author: Kendall Ryan

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1476764654

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

View: 480

You’ve met Ben Shaw. Now meet Braydon Kincaid, the devil-may-care male model who nearly stole the show in Working It by New York Times bestselling author Kendall Ryan. As one of the world’s most sought-after male models, Braydon is no stranger to the finer pleasures in life. The last thing he wants to do is limit himself, especially when it comes to women. His best friend, Ben, might’ve settled down, but Braydon doesn’t want to waste his youth on the messy complications of commitment. He wants fun. He wants easy. Ellie isn’t looking for a casual relationship, but her tough and sassy personality instantly attracts Braydon, who proposes a “friends with benefits” arrangement. Unable to resist the powerful pull of the charming bad boy, Ellie eventually relents, though she longs for all-consuming love. As the two spend more time together, Ellie soon realizes that Braydon’s posing skills extend off the runway. His carefully crafted façade masks a secret hurt that he’s reluctant to share with Ellie, even as they embark on a passionate affair that sends them hurtling toward a fate neither expected. Can Ellie risk her heart while she waits for Braydon to let her in, or will she be forced to demand all or nothing?