Kim worked as a journalist in Canada for many years, with experience in both print and broadcast journalism. Her book, Gelato with the Pope, highlights her time as a syndicated travel columnist in the Nineties.
In addition to her syndicated travel column, she has written feature articles for various publications, edited a monthly children's publication in British Columbia, and had her poetry published in A Canadian Anthology of Children's Poetry. She won a Microsoft web design award for Footloose, one of the first digital e-zines on the internet.
For the past eight years she has been working on her video project, What the hell is a Toque? This chronicles her travels with her sons from Newfoundland to Vancouver Island and up to the Canadian Arctic.
Kim is also a board member of Sisters in Crime New England.
She lives in New Hampshire with her husband, two sons, three dogs, and a cat who thinks he is a dog.