Brian D. Williams was born in Kingstown, St. Vincent. He's the first son of his father Edgar Reid, and the second and only son of his mother Carmina Williams. The author's life wasn't always that appealing, though his past brought him lots of imagination. B.D. Williams spent half of his early childhood days in a small village well known as Frenches. Meanwhile he was growing up with his father, they later moved into another beautiful city known as Buccament Bay. In Buccament Bay he attended Primary school and Layou Secondary School. Most of Brian's education came from his hometown of St. Vincent. Where Brian grew up the sea was approximately two blocks from his home. The rivers and lakes and knolls were even closer than the sea. As a kid, he did much river fishing, and later fished around high seawaters. All that adventure eventually opened his mind, as to how fishermen were making an honest living, going out on fishing boats, using coiling lines, anchor and nettings to capture fishes. Fishing was something B.D. Williams admired very much. But through certain circumstances, he had left his father's home at a much younger age than most kids normally do. At one point, his abusive life while living around his father became much too harsh. B.D. Williams choose to become a streetwise kid. For several years, he was known as the boy living here and there, living on wits and a little knowledge. He had seen it all- cocaine, heroine, marijuana, guns, kids older and younger than him throwing away their lives carelessly. Though as a streetwise kid, B.D. Williams had kept his mind opened and focused knowing he could beat the odds. And he wasn't afraid to struggle for what he believed was rightfully his. In 1997, B.D. Williams came to Canada to live with his mother in Montreal. He was seventeen years old. In time he began to write short stories and launched his first web site www brianshortstories.org which is now www kingatsea.com. B.D. Williams also wrote his own biographical book, based on him and his family. And in the year 2000, he wrote another story which he dedicated to the Canadian Cancer Society, that has not yet been published.