Welcome to Gail S. Kibby White’s Blog

The purpose OF this blog:

–To post valuable and helpful tips for those who would like to go into business for themselves doing secretarial typing and transcription work at home and/or those who already are in business.

–To post transcription, typing, computer, and internet tips, tricks, secrets and shortcut articles containing valuable information I’ve learned during the 64 years I worked in the corporate world as a secretary, executive secretary, administrative assistant, and middle management then running my own home-based secretarial service for more than 20 years.

–To introduce my newest venture into short story writing. I am now entering short stories in the weekly Reedsy Prompt contest. Each new story will be available to view and/or download for FREE from this site.

Please refer to the Short Stories section in this site for details and to read and/or download one of my short stories.  Upcoming stories to be posted will be listed in the Schedule of Future and Past Postings.

–To introduce and showcase my current and future Mystery/Suspense/Thriller novels.

Warning! Cave Exploration Forbidden.  

ANNOUNCEMENT:  The cover (above) for my first novel is finished. The manuscript is going to my editor next week. In September and October I’ll be sending out announcements of my book launch and presales.  The publication is tentatively set for November, 2020.  The synopsis is below.

Phoenix, Arizona Police Chief Daniel Akumo received a call from Jeff Sooner, owner of the Sooner Campground located near the police sub-station asking for assistance. Jimmy Roystat, age 10 and his sister Rhonda, age 7, disobeyed their parents and sneaked off with Jimmy’s new friend Troy Grunell, age 12, to explore an old abandoned gold mine in the adjacent foothills. Apache-born Chief Akumo and his partner Officer Calvin Mauer sped to the cave entrance, fearing the children might encounter dangerous predators that inhabited the vast dark internal labyrinth.

While exploring the tunnels, the children made a discovery resulting in terrifying consequences. Officer Mauer entered the cave alone to begin his search and met with the same fate. Outside in the patrol car, the Chief waited for the results of his inquiries to headquarters concerning the children’s fathers and Jeff Sooner’s son. Upon receipt of the information, he hurried into the cave to join his partner in the search for the children only to find they had all vanished, The only clue they had been there was one of Rhonda’s pink shoes and Officer Mauer’s cap on the floor of one of the tunnels.

It was now up to the puzzled and deeply concerned Chief Akumo to unscramble the mystery of what happened to the children and his partner.

NOTE:  The first half of Chapter One of this novel has been published in this site. Click on the link above to read it.


Susan’s Stalkers – Double the Fear

This novel is also complete.  Tentative publication for this novel is mid-2021.

Susan’s Stalker’s  – Double the Fear will be the first in a series of Susan’s Stalkers books about people who are being stalked and turn to Susan for help through her website. The series will also follow a part of Susan’s life and her best friend Marilyn’s life from engagement through marriage, having children and beyond.

A synopsis of this story can be found on the Susan’s Stalker’s – Double the Fear page.

Road Rage Dolls: Someone is Murdering Road Rage Drivers

This novel is also complete. Expected publication date for the novel is 2021. Click on the link above for a synopsis and more information about this novel.

Check out the Mystery/Suspense Novels section in this site for information and updates about my novels. I will periodically be posting excerpts from my books in this site.

The Confederate Soldier's Uniform and the Crinoline Hoop DressThe Confederate Soldier’s Uniform and the Crinoline Hoop Dress

This short story will be coming out soon. It’s a fantasy I think you’ll enjoy.


My Thanks…

I want to thank everyone who took the time from their busy schedule to stop by and/or read and LIKE the short story, Breathe Cathy, Breathe about a woman who enters many contests hoping to win the prize of her dreams.  Their house is soon filled with boxes of items she won. Brad devises a plan to end Cathy’s obsession that backfires on him.

My next short story, Destiny and Fate Await, will be posted soon. This story is a love story is about two single seniors who live 1,600 miles apart. Destiny and fate step in. They meet online in a seniors singles site. They instantly bond by email and phone. Not long after, they meet in person and fall in love.

This is a PARTIALLY TRUE story folks. This actually happened to me. Names and places have been changed for anonymity purposes.


If you would like to learn more about my background and the source of the content of the valuable articles you can expect to find in this site, be sure to visit my Author’s Experience page.

I hope you find the articles in my blog helpful. If you have any questions or have a topic you would like me to write about, please let me know by leaving me your comments, suggestions, or questions in the Leave a Comment form below each article.

Future and past articles and stories are listed in the Future Postings Schedule. Be sure to check it out Schedule of Future Posts and Past Articles.

Thanks for stopping by. Be sure to Bookmark this site and become a subscriber. I hope to see you again soon.

Gail S. Kibby White

19 thoughts on “Welcome to Gail S. Kibby White’s Blog”

  1. Incredible! This blog looks just like my old one! It’s on a totally different topic but it has pretty much the same layout and design. Outstanding choice of colors! I’ll be back.

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