D.L Fletcher



My name is Deanna Fletcher. I am a full time medical worker in Ontario, Canada.

I like guitar, but no time to practice. Would love to learn piano. That is an instrument that excites me. Maybe better put is it relaxes me.

I have always had a passion for writing. I wrote short stories for a long while, but what I really wanted was to write a noval. I had a story in mind so...pulled out the laptop and gave it ago. My first novel A Creation of Tomorrow I think it is a story many will enjoy.

The Dying Butterfly was my second. Hope you get a chance to read it. I wrote it for my husband. He is a huge zombie fan; but me, I love dark romance, so I tried to combine the two. For those that don't like zombies, the virus is really the back story. Get the sample. Don't let the first chapter turn you off.

Currently I am working on A Creation of Yesterday - book 2 in the Creation series. Also I am working on book two of The dying Butterfly - book two in the Dying series called Flight of the Butterfly.

Anyway, leave me a line. Follow me for updates and new releases. Love to hear what you think of my book, or what I hope will be mamy books one day.

Take care, be safe and be kind. ;)

Where to buy in print


A Creation of Tomorrow
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 120,940. Language: English. Published: April 18, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Romance » General, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Drama
Alice's daughter now missing, Cami was without a mother, and the one person that protected her from her father's anger. Now Cami continuously wore new cruises, and Alice had no doubt Cami's father was responsible for them. Alice turned to the police, but they turned their back on her. Desperate to find help and nowhere left to turn she to turned to the most dangerous men she ever laid eyes on.
The Dying Butterfly
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 105,630. Language: English. Published: December 6, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Romance » General, Fiction » Horror » Undead
He was my everything. We thought we had all the time in the world, but we were wrong...

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