I knew, to some degree, exactly how these victims felt. http://lakefeststormlake.com/traininginterview/2016/09/07/a-quick-a-z-on-rudimentary-tactics-for-st/TBRN: The complicated and sometimes fraught relationship parents have with their children is also a major theme in your book. Was that a subject you initially set out to explore, or did you stumble into it as you were writing? SW: Books always evolve for me from the topic I want to explore initially to developing subtexts I’d never imagined. I do deal with generational issues in lots of my books, so it seemed to flow naturally in this story. MENDING FENCES is a book I’ve often recommended that moms read and share and discuss with their daughters for just that reason — to open a difficult dialogue. TBRN: Female friendship, both the one between Emily and Marcie and that of their daughters, Dani and Caitlyn, is another theme in MENDING FENCES, as it has been in many of your other novels. What is it about relationships between women that you find so fascinating? SW: I’ve been blessed through the years with very strong and lasting friendships with women I’ve known as far back as childhood and college. Though we live in different cities and don’t get together often, there’s no better support system as we move through life’s crises, nor a better cheerleading squad for our successes. Let’s face it, women and men — and I do have a lot of male friends in my life, as well — think very differently.
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will be conducting the 2016 NCIB on behalf of the Company. Decisions regarding purchases will be based on market conditions, share price, best use of available cash, and other factors including other options to expand our portfolio of assets. Abitibi Royalties has purchased to date an aggregate of 77,600 of its issued common shares through the facilities of the TSX-V under a normal course issuer bid (the “2015 NCIB”) currently being conducted by the Issuer, which commenced October 6, 2015 and will end on October 5, 2016. wikipedia referenceCommon shares purchased to date by the Issuer under the 2015 NCIB were purchased at an average price of CDN$3.19 per common share. The 77,600 common shares purchased to date under the 2015 NCIB have been returned to the Issuer’s treasury and cancelled. About Abitibi Royalties Inc. Abitibi Royalties holds a 3% NSR on the Odyssey North discovery, Jeffrey Zone and the eastern portion of the Barnat Extension, located inside the Malartic CHL property and a 2% NSR on portions of the Gouldie and Charlie zones all at the Canadian Malartic mine near Val-d’Or, Quebec. In addition, the Company is building a portfolio of royalties on early stage properties near producing mines. The Company owns common shares in Yamana Gold and Agnico Eagle Mines (market value), plus cash (as of June 30, 2016) of CDN$52.2 million.
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