Author Archives: KB Gibson

About KB Gibson

I am a writer who writes a little of everything--fiction, travel, children's books and articles, copywriting, curriculum.My perfect vacation would be to sit on a beach or look out over the mountains and read books. I never get to read as much as I want.

Texas History for Kids: Lone Star Lives and Legends

In early 2015, we visit closer to home–Texas. But it is just as fascinating as space. And if you didn’t already know, Texas has played a significant part in space exploration. No doubt you’ll find many references to Texas in … Continue reading

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Time Doesn’t Fly…It Runs You Down Like a Speeding Locomotive

Hard to believe it’s been 40 days since I last posted. A common axiom is “time flies when you’re having fun,” and while we’ve all experienced that, I can’t blame my blog absence on fun. A more true corollary is … Continue reading

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Why Women’s History Month?

As we close out another Women’s History Month, I have to admit to mixed feelings about this recognition. Do we need this month or do we acknowledge contributions of a special few for a month and then forget them for … Continue reading

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“Women in Space” Lands on February 1

Women in Space (ISBN 9781613748442) will be released February 1, 2014. Author Karen Bush Gibson marks 50 years of women in space by chronicling the challenging journeys of women throughout the world who took the giant leap into space exploration. … Continue reading

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Drop by Sheila Boneham’s Blog

Today, I am blogging about labels in the mystery genre, in particular, what makes a cozy. I hope you’ll stop by Let me know what you think about labels in mystery fiction.

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