Kim Cox was born in Randolph County on January 1, 1974 to David and Kathy Hunt. She has two younger brothers, Jeff and Brian. Kim attended school at Tabernacle Elementary, Farmer Middle and Southwestern Randolph High.
After school, she went straight to work in a mill full-time and also waitressed full-time. She didn't have to, she just did. Throughout the years, Kim worked alot of different jobs gaining a wealth of knowledge from each one. One day, Kim realized she wasn't happy with where and what she was doing and made the decision to return to school. Kim started out at Randolph Community College, Sandhills Community College, the University of Phoenix and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She eventually transferred to Pfeiffer University where she graduated with two BA degrees, one in Psychology and one in Sociology. It was with these degrees that she was able to become a lateral entry special education teacher. Kim worked in this profession until she became pregnant with her daughter Jordan. Now, she is a stay at home wife/mother/writer and wouldn't trade it for the world.
Kim currently lives in Asheboro, NC with her daughter Jordan and husband Kevin, owner of two Verizon Wireless dealerships. They share their 15 acres with four Weimaraners, two cats, and two hamsters.
When not writing, Kim can be found kayaking, rock climbing, bouldering, hiking, camping, fishing, flying, sailing, wrafting, ziplining, riding fourwheelers or horses, skating, reading, or simply hanging out with family and friends.
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