Tabitha King Author, Bio, Age, Spouse, Family, Net worth and Books


Tabitha King Biography

Tabitha Jane Spruce King, popularly known as Tabitha King is an American author, actress and writer and the eldest daughter of Sarah Jane Spruce and Raymond George Spruce. King has served on several boards and committees in the state of Maine, such as the Bangor Public Library board. She also served on the board of the Maine Public Broadcasting System until 1994. She received a Constance Carlson award for her work with literacy for the state of Maine.  King currently serves as vice president of WZON/WZLO/WKIT radio stations as well as in the administration of two family philanthropic foundations.

 

King Tabitha Age

She was born on 24 March 1949 in Oldtown, Maine and living in America, King is of American nationality and of White ethnicity. She is 70 years old of age.

Tabitha King Spouse|Tabitha King Divorce | Tabitha king And Stephen King

As of his relationship status, she is married to Stephen King who is an American author of Horror and fantasy from 2 January 1971 till today. The two married on 7 January 1971. King had her first child named Naomi Rachel King in 1970. She gave birth to Joseph Hillstrom King in 1972 and Owen Phillip King in 1977. They seem to be enjoying their married life since there have been no controversies.

Tabitha King Family

King was born to her parents Sarah Jane White Spruce (mother) and Raymond George Spruce (father). Nellie Ruth Pillsbury King was the Mother-in-law to Tabitha King. The rest of the family members are still under review.

Tabitha King Small World

The book is the first novel published by Tabitha King and was released by Signet in 1981. It talks about Dorothy Hardesty Douglas is a wealthy, spoiled middle-age widow, and the daughter of a former U.S. President. When she was a child, a member of the White House’s housekeeping staff presented her with a beautiful replica of the White House, but Dolly, then twelve, considered herself too old for such a toy.

After the deaths of her parents, the loss of her husband, and a string of bitter disappointments, did Dolly turn to the Doll’s White House? She quickly became obsessed with recreating the actual White House in miniature, until the neglected Doll’s White House became one of the most expensive, complete, and famous dollhouses in the world.

Tabitha King Education

As of education background, not much is known. We only know that her primary education took place at St. Mary’s Grammar in Old Town, from which she graduated in 1963. She then attended John Bapst Memorial High School in Bangor until 1967 and earned her Bachelor’s degree in history in 1971 from the University of Maine in Orono.

Tabitha King Pearl

It is the fourth novel published by Tabitha and the third to take place in the town of Nodd’s Ridge, Maine released in 1988. It talks about. Pearl Dickinson arrives in Nodd’s Ridge.

The townsfolk assume she has come to wrap up the final affairs of her late uncle before disappearing again. No one expected her to stay, much less to become a well-liked figure in a town where nothing much ever changes.

Tabitha King Author

She is an American author and philanthropist best known as the wife of horror fiction writer Stephen King. She had published eight novels and two works of non-fiction. Tabitha published her first novel, Small World, through Signet Books in 1981. Candles Burning was published through Berkley Books in 2006. The book was written predominantly by Michael McDowell, who died in 1999. The McDowell family requested that King finish the work.

Tabitha had published eight novels and two works of non-fiction as of 2006. She published her first novel, Small World, through Signet Books in 1981, and in 2006, Candles Burning was published through Berkley Books. Candles Burning was written predominantly by Michael McDowell, who died in 1999, and the McDowell family requested that King finish the work.

Tabitha King One on One

This is a 1993 fiction novel by King. It was set in the fictitious New England town of Nodd’s Ridge and published by Dutton Adult. The book follows Sam and Deanie, two high school students that are more different than they are alike. They fall in love, only to be faced with multiple adversities, from rivals to sports.

Tabitha King Awards and recognition

–  Honorary Doctorates of Humane Letters, the University of Maine in Orono May 1987
–  Dowd Achievement Award in 1992
–  Constance H. Carlson Public Humanities Prize in 1998

Tabitha King Novels | Tabitha King 

–   Small World in 1981
–   Caretakers in 1983
–   The Trap also published as Wolves at the Door in 1985
–   Pearl in 1988
–   One on One in 1993

–   The Book of Reuben in 1994
–   Survivor in 1997
–   Candles Burning with Michael McDowell in 2006

 Tabitha Short stories

–   The Blue Chair in 1981
–   The Demonstration in 1985
–   Road Kill in 1986
–   Djinn and Tonic in 1998
–   The Woman’s Room in 2002
–   Archie Smith, Boy Wonder in 2011

Tabitha King Social activism

Tabitha King has served on several boards and committees in the state of Maine, such as the Bangor Public Library board. until 1994, she served on the board of the Maine Public Broadcasting System and received a Constance Carlson award for her work with literacy for the state of Maine.

Currently, she serves as vice president of WZON/WZLO/WKIT radio stations as well as in the administration of two family philanthropic foundations.

Tabitha King Reception

Pearl received positive mentions from the Los Angeles Times and the Bangor Daily News, while the Chicago Tribune panned Survivor. The Arizona Daily Star condemned One on One, calling King “a hack”, whereas Entertainment Weekly, Time, and the Rocky Mountain News gave the novel positive reviews.

Caretakers received hopeful praise from The New York Times. However, Bookreporter.com said that some readers might be saddened by the changes made to McDowell’s Candles Burning.

Tabitha  King Net Worth | Salary

Tabitha King is a Novelist, who has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million. Her salary is Under Review.