Trevor Brown grew up on the outskirts of Sydney, often helping his parents on their peach and plum farm while simultaneously studying to be a teacher. His first posting as a qualified industrial teacher, was to the remote Groote Eylandt in the Northern Territory. His adventure here fueled him to later contribute to some unbelievable moments in his first book ?Trolling for sharks', exploring some of the tribulations of being a teacher in an Indigenous community in the late 1970's.
Trev briefly made Cairns his home before relocating and raising his family on the Gold Coast for 20 odd years. Here he became an avid member of a community group sharing his passions for fishing, motor bikes and fun times. With a strong passion for nature, Trev's spare time was spent tending to his 50-odd projects ranging from agricultural ventures to building furniture all while working towards making his property self-sufficient.
Once Trev retired, his kind-heartedness took him back to Forster to care for his parents in their older age. It is here that he found his final dream property. Trev worked tirelessly to create a completely off-grid oasis on the water, where he fought fire and floods before unexpectedly having to fight his own final battle in 2021 with glioblastoma. After spending over 30 years writing ?The Unbelievable' series, Trev was finalising the last book ready to print. It seemed only fitting to make sure that his creation be shared with the world.
?The Unbelievable' series was originally written as a musical with correlating music capturing the emotional journey of the characters and the excitement of events.