Sweet Dreams

Sweet Dreams
Author: Kristen Ashley
Publisher: Forever
Total Pages: 0
Release: 2017-06-20
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781538744352


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Welcome to New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Kristen Ashley's Colorado Mountain Series, where friends become family and everyone deserves a second chance. When you lose everything, anything is possible. Lauren Grahame needs a whole new life. A simpler life. After leaving her cheating husband, she moves to Carnal, Colorado, takes a job as a waitress, and realizes she might have finally found the hometown she'd been searching for. Except things are about to get a lot more complicated . . . Lauren's fresh start does not include her growing feelings for her boss, Tate Jackson. She'll take the new friends, the new job, not to mention the incredible banana bread from the local coffee shop, but love is not on the agenda. However, the people of Carnal know chemistry when they see it, and they're not about to let Tate and Lauren miss their chance.

Sweet Dreams, Sarah

Sweet Dreams, Sarah
Author: Vivian Kirkfield
Publisher:
Total Pages: 19
Release: 2019
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN: 1939547318


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Describes the life of Sarah Goode, who was born a slave and grew up to invent a space-saving foldable bed and became the first African American woman to obtain a patent in the United States.

Sweet Dreams

Sweet Dreams
Author: Daniel C. Dennett
Publisher: MIT Press
Total Pages: 228
Release: 2006-09-08
Genre: Philosophy
ISBN: 0262250721


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In the years since Daniel Dennett's influential Consciousness Explained was published in 1991, scientific research on consciousness has been a hotly contested battleground of rival theories—"so rambunctious," Dennett observes, "that several people are writing books just about the tumult." With Sweet Dreams, Dennett returns to the subject for "revision and renewal" of his theory of consciousness, taking into account major empirical advances in the field since 1991 as well as recent theoretical challenges. In Consciousness Explained, Dennett proposed to replace the ubiquitous but bankrupt Cartesian Theater model (which posits a privileged place in the brain where "it all comes together" for the magic show of consciousness) with the Multiple Drafts Model. Drawing on psychology, cognitive neuroscience, and artificial intelligence, he asserted that human consciousness is essentially the mental software that reorganizes the functional architecture of the brain. In Sweet Dreams, he recasts the Multiple Drafts Model as the "fame in the brain" model, as a background against which to examine the philosophical issues that "continue to bedevil the field." With his usual clarity and brio, Dennett enlivens his arguments with a variety of vivid examples. He isolates the "Zombic Hunch" that distorts much of the theorizing of both philosophers and scientists, and defends heterophenomenology, his "third-person" approach to the science of consciousness, against persistent misinterpretations and objections. The old challenge of Frank Jackson's thought experiment about Mary the color scientist is given a new rebuttal in the form of "RoboMary," while his discussion of a famous card trick, "The Tuned Deck," is designed to show that David Chalmers's Hard Problem is probably just a figment of theorists' misexploited imagination. In the final essay, the "intrinsic" nature of "qualia" is compared with the naively imagined "intrinsic value" of a dollar in "Consciousness—How Much is That in Real Money?"

Sweet Dreams Are Made of This

Sweet Dreams Are Made of This
Author: Dave Stewart
Publisher: Penguin
Total Pages: 336
Release: 2016-02-09
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 0698411048


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A no-holds-barred look into the remarkable life and career of the prolific musician, songwriter, and producer behind Eurythmics and dozens of pop hits. Dave Stewart’s life has been a wild ride—one filled with music, constant reinvention, and the never-ending drive to create. Growing up in industrial northern England, he left home for the gritty London streets of the seventies, where he began collaborating and performing with various musicians, including a young waitress named Annie Lennox. The chemistry between Stewart and Lennox was undeniable, and an intense romance developed. While their passion proved too much offstage, they thrived musically and developed their own sound. They called themselves Eurythmics and launched into global stardom with the massively popular album Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This). For the first time, Stewart shares the incredible, high-octane stories of his life in music—the drug-fueled adventures, the A-list collaborations and relationships, and the creative process that brought us blockbusters from Eurythmics like “ Here Comes the Rain Again” and “Would I Lie to You” as well as Tom Petty’s “Don’t Come Around Here No More,” No Doubt’s “Underneath It All,” Golden Globe winner “Old Habits Die Hard” with Mick Jagger, and many more. From great friendships and creative partnerships including the group SuperHeavy along with Jagger, Joss Stone, Damian Marley, and A. R. Rahman, to inspired performances and intimate moments in the studio—Stewart highlights the musicians he admires and calls friends, from Bob Dylan, Stevie Nicks, Elton John, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr to Bono, Bon Jovi, and Katy Perry. With a behind-the-scenes look at Stewart’s innovative endeavors that keep him on the cutting-edge of the music business, Sweet Dreams Are Made of This is a one-of-a-kind portrait of the creative heart of one of its most gifted and enterprising contributors. With a Foreword by Mick Jagger!

Sweet Dreams

Sweet Dreams
Author: Dylan Jones
Publisher: Faber & Faber
Total Pages: 530
Release: 2020-09-29
Genre: Music
ISBN: 0571353452


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David Bowie. Culture Club. Wham!. Soft Cell. Duran Duran. Sade. Adam Ant. Spandau Ballet. The Eurythmics. ' Excellent' Guardian ' Hugely enjoyable' Irish Times ' Dazzling' LRB 'Fascinating' New Statesman 'An absolute must-read' GQ One of the most creative entrepreneurial periods since the Sixties, the era of the New Romantics grew out of the remnants of post-punk and developed quickly alongside club culture, ska, electronica, and goth. The scene had a huge influence on the growth of print and broadcast media, and was arguably one of the most bohemian environments of the late twentieth century. Not only did it visually define the decade, it was the catalyst for the Second British Invasion, when the US charts would be colonised by British pop music - making it one of the most powerful cultural exports since the Beatles. In Sweet Dreams, Dylan Jones charts the rise of the New Romantics through testimony from the people who lived it. For a while, Sweet Dreams were made of this.

Sweet Dreams

Sweet Dreams
Author: Jewel
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 32
Release: 2013-09-17
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN: 1442489316


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A mother who would do anything for her son lovingly urges him to fall into sweet dreams.

Sweet Dreams

Sweet Dreams
Author: Sue Porter
Publisher: DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley)
Total Pages: 0
Release: 1996
Genre: Toy and movable books
ISBN: 9780789411044


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Here is a delightful story that helps children cope with night fears and get ready for bed.

The Gamble

The Gamble
Author: Kristen Ashley
Publisher: Forever
Total Pages: 0
Release: 2017-06-20
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781538744345


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Welcome to New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Kristen Ashley's Colorado Mountain Series, where friends become family and everyone deserves a second chance. Life isn't meant to be perfect. It's meant to be lived . . . Nina Sheridan thought she'd found the perfect man who would become the perfect husband. She was wrong. When Nina realizes the man she planned to grow old with doesn't know her at all, it's time to rethink her idea of perfect. And what better place to get her life in order than a remote Colorado mountain town halfway around the world? Gnaw Bone, Colorado, may not be flashy or cosmopolitan, but it's got a brand of hospitality all its own. Nina isn't entirely sure she's ready to trade the life she thought she wanted in England for cozy evenings in her mountain retreat, and she definitely isn't sure she's ready to handle the connection she feels to the owner of her rental house, Max Holden . . . Nina didn't come to Colorado to find love, but even the best-laid plans can go awry. Now, if Nina can let go of her past, Max-and a future in Gnaw Bone-might just be the perfect second chance she's been waiting for.

Sweet Dreams

Sweet Dreams
Author: Johanna Drucker
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Total Pages: 326
Release: 2006-09-25
Genre: Art
ISBN: 0226165051


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Surveying a wide range of exciting and innovative artists, Drucker demonstrates their clear departure from the past, petitioning viewers and critics to shift their terms and sensibilities as well.

Dream Sweet Dreams

Dream Sweet Dreams
Author: Kristy Kurjan
Publisher: KPO Creative, LLC
Total Pages: 0
Release: 2017-07-10
Genre: Animals
ISBN: 9780986075063


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"It's time to celebrate the joy of creativity through dreams! There are endless possibilities to what children can imagine: from penguins eating ice cream to cute cuddle bugs, what do you dream?"--Back cover.