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.

Modern Day Heroes

What is a hero? According to the late Christopher Reeve, “A hero is an ordinary individual who finds the strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles.” That’s a good definition. However, isn’t “hero” is used a little loosely … Continue reading

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The Wonder of Libraries

I’m a huge fan of the public libraries and have been a regular at my own for at least 25 years for both reading and writing. I believe if I didn’t visit my own library at least once a month, … Continue reading

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Announcing the Birth of my Novel

It was a long pregnancy, but a few days ago I was blessed with the arrival of my first…novel. Like my actual pregnancies (three of them!), I was impatient for the arrival and thought it would never come. It had … Continue reading

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“A Class on Murder” makes the rounds

K.B. Gibson recently spoke at a Friends of the Chickasha Library Summer Luncheon series. See more at Summer Luncheon Series Norman author entertains library friends. Gumshoe Review is reviewing A Class on Murder in its current issue. Gumshoe says, “Humor … Continue reading

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Recognizing a Hero

Church attendance was skimpy on Memorial Day weekend, the official start of summer. While families and friends were sitting on their boats on lakes, our family attended church. A small part of the program was devoted to recognizing and honoring … Continue reading

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