Chance Arradondo, is a novelist, poet, short story teller, and lyricist, who was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1989. He holds a degree in Business management from Minneapolis Community and Technical College.
Chance wrote rap lyrics, short stories and poetry in high school. He was encouraged to write and rap lyrics by his aunt Tina Arradondo. His aspiration to write and create short stories and to pen poetry were inspired by his life experiences. While growing up Chance loved watching science-fiction movies, and reading the comics.
In high school, he spent hours upon hours on end reading books on countless topics and subjects at the bookstore after school. His love for reading and writing began to flourish, becoming an essential part of his daily routine. From there, Chance used his spare time to write poetry, short stories and science fiction on a regular basis. He also wrote and recorded lyrics in the studio, and showcased his poetry on stage at the Capri Theater in north Minneapolis, alongside his cousin K. Caprice Arradondo. In 2009, Chance Arradondo co-authored, Writer’s Block: Poetry and Food for Thought, with his mother Carlotta Arradondo and his cousin K. Caprice Arradondo
In Writer’s Block: Poetry and Food for Thought, he discusses a variety of topics ranging from his world views, to the struggles of being a young black man in America. He is currently  working on his solo writing project, a work of science-fiction.