LaRene King Bleecker was born February 14, 1884 in Kingston, Utah, to Culbert King and Sarah Elizabeth Pratt. She attended Brigham Young University and the University of Utah. She wrote many short stories, poems, articles, and plays. She taught school in Provo for many years. LaRene was a member of the National League of American Pen Women, the Blue Quill Writers club, and the League of Utah Writers. She was a stake officer in the LDS Weber stake and was active in church capacities.
LaRene married Henry Hughes in 1901. They divorced and she married Kenneth Armstrong Bleecker in 1928.