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This is my “About Kim” Page. If you’re wanting to find out who I am and what I’m all about, then this is the right page.

So, here’s a few basic facts. I graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in Mathematics Education. I taught high school math and coached soccer for two years, then left that career to get into computer programming. After a long career in IT (very long), I retired to focus on my passions. I’m passionate about three things:  my family, my writing, and my music.


I never thought much about writing when I was young. I started my writing career late in life after talking to a former student who encouraged  me to write down all the stories I was fond of telling over the years.  I sat down and wrote a memoir about camping with my brother.  I showed it to my friend and she passed it on to David Skinner, the editor of the online magazine, who ended up publishing “The Camping Parachute”

You can find all my books on the Bookstore page.

Author Kim Megahee
Author Kim Megahee

On December 30, 2018, I married my soulmate wife, the former Martha Scott.

We’re both retired from corporate jobs now, but we’re still pretty busy. Martha does a lot of civic work and is on the board of directors for a local school. And I write and play music.

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When I married Martha, I inherited Leo, the brilliant but stubborn red-headed toy poodle. He’s the sweetest little dog ever, but as stubborn as the day is long.

He's very intelligent for a dog. He's even learned how to answer yes or no questions. 


In the early 1960’s, two bands showed up in England – the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. Shortly after, I went to a sock hop at the local recreation center down in hometown of Warner Robins, Georgia. A band called “The Bushmen” provided the music and all the girls I had crushes on were standing in the front row looking dreamy-eyed. And that's when this 13-year-old decided to learn to play the bass guitar.

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