Chavez L. Brown was born in Jacksonville, North Carolina and raised in Baltimore, MD. His gift as a writer was nurtured, by his mother, at an early age; she encouraged him to share his capabilities to the world. He began writing letters, poems, and short stories - and shared them often. His love for writing grew when he was asked to be a music columnist for the online magazine, eXcape the matriX - where he wrote album reviews and conducted interviews with underground/well-known artists such as Shaze, Teedra Moses, the Jaspects and, Wish.
In 2008, he challenged himself by applying for a creative writing class and found interest in fiction. He found the transition to that style of writing to be complicated; learning that an author has the power to transport a reader to another place with their choice of words, and the ability to fail at doing that, made the journey worthwhile. In 2011, he released his first self-published book "Nice Guys Don't Finish Last". Then in 2014, he released the spin-off sequel, "Love You, From A Distance."