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Old Town, Maine
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Tabitha King (née Spruce) (born March 24, 1949) is an American author and activist. Tabitha King was born Tabitha Jane-Frances Spruce in Old Town, Maine. She was born to Raymond George and Sarah Jane White Spruce. She is one of eight children. 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 met her husband, author Stephen King, in college through her work-study job in the Fogler Library. Their daughter Naomi Rachel was born in 1970. They married on January 2, 1971. They had two more children: Joe Hill (writer) King in 1972 and Owen Phillip King in 1977. Naomi is a former restaurateur and now a minister. Both sons have become authors in their own right. Tabitha King has published seven novels, all of which were released in hardcover and paperback by Macmillan and New American Library. She has also published one work of non-fiction, which was published in paperback by Dendrite.
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Tabitha Jane Spruce
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Tabitha Jane King (née Spruce; born March 24, 1949) is an American author and activist. She is married to writer Stephen King.
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Horror, Fantasy, Science Fiction
John Bapst Memorial High School
University of Maine
Stephen King, Naomi King, Owen King, Joseph King