Nick Fletcher was born in Staffordshire and raised in Shropshire. Educated at Wellington Grammar School, he studied psychology at Bilston College before opting for a career in journalism.
After two years working for a freelance news agency, he went on to work for the News Of The World and The People as a crime reporter, before taking a sabbatical to work as an antiques dealer and auctioneer. He has written three books on antiques and collecting, and continues to write newspaper and magazine features on the subject.
When he returned to the media, he specialised in showbiz writing, interviewing major TV celebrities and Hollywood stars. Later he also specialised in motoring journalism, and currently writes for several regional newspaper groups and websites. He has also worked as a newspaper features editor, as a magazine editor, and is a former winner of the Diversy Award for features journalism.
Currently, Nick Fletcher is a freelance writer, lecturer and broadcaster. He is married and divides his time between Staffordshire and Devon.