Kim Hotzon was born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia. From an early age she developed an interest in traveling, teaching and writing. As a young adult, she landed in Tokyo, Japan, where she began a two year adventure teaching English. Kim's passion for the field of education was born and she subsequently spent over twenty years teaching adults with learning disabilities at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. She published her memoir about living in Japan with CreateSpace in July 2012.
In October of 2012, Kim embarked on a humanitarian trip to Rwanda, Africa, fulfilling a lifelong dream. Spending three weeks in that country, she helped to build a kitchen facility for genocide survivors. While in Rwanda, Kim visited the famed mountain gorillas and the culture of Rwanda left a lasting impact. When she returned to Canada, she began her first novel, a contemporary romance, Hands Full of Ashes. The book was published with Soul Mate Publishing in January 2015. Kim has also published a short story, The Snow Bird, part of an anthology Sizzle In The Snow: A Soul Mate Christmas Collection (published by Soul Mate Publishing). Her latest romance novel, A Time For Love In Paris has been signed with Soul Mate Publishng and will be released in 2016.
Kim resides in British Columbia with her husband and two children where she continues to write. Kim is a member of the Canadian Authors Association and Romance Writers of America.