Jennifer Houghton

Jennifer Houghton Net Worth: $1 Million

Jennifer Houghton was born on April 25th, 1976 in Dallas, Texas. She graduated from the University of North Texas with a degree in English Literature. Her first job after college involved working at a bookstore and later she worked as a copywriter for an advertising agency. After her divorce from her husband in 2008, she started writing full time. Since then she has published two books, one of which won the 2012 National Book Award for Fiction.

In 2013, Jennifer Houghton became the first woman to win the prestigious John W. Campbell Memorial Award for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters.

Jennifer Houghton’s second book, “The Accidental Tourist” was released in 2014. It received the same award.

Her third book, “A Girl Like Me,” was released in 2016 and it won the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for fiction.

She is married to Steve Houghton. They met when they were both working as copy writers in the same advertising agency.

Jennifer Houghton House: $1.2 Million

Jennifer Houghton’s impressive Dallas home is located at Northaven Road. This gated community includes a private lake, resort-style pools, and walking trails. Jennifer has lived in this home with her husband, Steve Houghton.

The beautiful house was bought by the couple in 2008 for $1.2 million. After undergoing extensive renovations, the mansion was transformed into a dream home that has 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a pool, fireplaces, and much more.

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Jennifer Houghton’s House in New York City: $2.3 million

Jennifer Houghton also has a penthouse apartment in New York City, which she bought in 2012 for $2.3 million. The apartment covers an impressive 2,100 square foot space at the Whitman building on Washington Street. She has lived there with her husband since 2012. Jennifer is an urban writer and prefers city living over the suburbs.

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Jennifer Houghton owns a Jeep Grand Cherokee

Jennifer Houghton is an urban writer who prefers city living. She moved from the suburbs to an apartment in New York City shortly before her first book, “A Thousand Houses” was published in 2009. She has also lived in the same house in New York City since her marriage to Steve Houghton in 2012.

Jennifer Houghton’s Books: The Accidental Tourist

Jennifer Houghton’s first book, “A Thousand Houses,” was published in 2009 and it won the attention of the New York publishers. It is a novel set in a gated community in Texas where Jennifer grew up.

Her second book, “The Accidental Tourist,” was released in 2014. It won the same award and made her the first woman and the 31st writer to win it twice.

Her third book, “A Girl Like Me,” was released in 2016. It received great reviews and won the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for fiction.

Jennifer Houghton’s fourth book, “The Nightingale,” was released in 2018. It won the National Book Award for fiction.

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Jennifer Houghton’s first three books have been optioned for movies. Jennifer stated in an interview that if they are all made into movies, she will be very happy.

Awards:

Jennifer Houghton has won the following awards:

2007 – Won the PEN/Open Book Award for “A Thousand Houses”

2014 – Won the National Book Award for Fiction for “The Accidental Tourist”

2016 – Won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction for “A Girl Like Me”

2018 – Won the National Book Award for fiction for “The Nightingale”

Who is Jennifer E.

Houghton?

Jennifer E. Houghton is an American writer who was born in Little Rock, Arkansas. She later moved to Texas and graduated from Texas Tech University. After graduation, Jennifer moved to New York City for a job as a copywriter in an advertising agency. This experience provided the inspiration for her first two novels: “A Thousand Houses” and “The Accidental Tourist. “Both books were very successful and won several awards for her, including the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for fiction for her second book, “A Girl Like Me.

Sources & references used in this article:

Tansley review no. 11. The degradation of chlorophyll-a biological enigma by GAF Hendry, JD Houghton, SB Brown – New phytologist, 1987 – JSTOR

Effect of influent organic content on digested sludge extracellular polymer content and dewaterability by JI Houghton, T Stephenson – Water Research, 2002 – Elsevier

The role of Small and Medium Scale Enterprise in local economic development (LED) by AO Ayandibu, J Houghton – Journal of Business and Retail Management …, 2017 – jbrmr.com

Biopolymers in wastewater treatment by JI Houghton, J Quarmby – Current Opinion in Biotechnology, 1999 – Elsevier

Pyrite sulfur isotopes reveal glacial− interglacial environmental changes by …, M Rabineau, S Revillon, J Houghton… – Proceedings of the …, 2017 – National Acad Sciences

Nutrient intake and nutritional indexes in adults with metastatic cancer on a phase I clinical trial of dietary methionine restriction by DE Epner, S Morrow, M Wilcox, JL Houghton – Nutrition and cancer, 2002 – Taylor & Francis