A UK based writer, speaker, producer and failed politician, Ben Fletcher was born 22 years ago just outside London.
His first creative work came in the summer of 2012 when he undertook training in live radio production and presenting. A year later, his first book was released worldwide in e-book format before a few months later also becoming available in print.
During the 2015 UK elections, Fletcher stood as a local candidate for the Conservative party. Although not elected, his result was the best of the party in the seat for a decade and triple the vote of the previous election. As of the end of 2015, he is no longer a member of any political party, having left the Conservative party.
In November 2016, Fletcher's first novel, Three by Three, an espionage thriller aimed at a young adult audience was released worldwide. A North American edition of the book followed in April 2017, along with an e-book release in March 2018.
As a publisher, Fletcher has also released a number of other writers books through his own company and continues to work with new writers.
With a proud history of annoying the far right, including attempting to swap 'respected columnist' (Donald Trump, 2015), Katie Hopkins for 50,000 refugees, and being blocked by the leader of the free world on Twitter for sending him a picture of a dog, in June 2017, Fletcher created and released Spicer in the Bushes for iOS, and in December 2017, released Not Much Happened, a satirical take on the failed attempts of former White House Communications Director, Anthony Scaramucci to find a publisher for his memoir.
More in July 2018, Fletcher released the script for his first attempt at writing for the stage, TRUMPED: An Alternative Musical. A satirical play parodying the 2016 Presidential Election Campaign of Donald Trump and his subsequent first year in office as President of the United States. Written in two acts, the script book is available now worldwide. Information on future performances can be found here.
Additionally, Fletcher is also blocked on Twitter by Fox News Host, Sean Hannity, for a joke about coffee, and Trump fanatic Jacob Whol for offering the suggestion that he should buy the President a drink before attempting to kiss his arse.
Currently, Fletcher is working on a number of creative projects and writes satirical fake news for multiple websites.