About The Author Justin C. Trout
Author of Enaya Book Series and Co-host of Podcast Save Yourself
Justin C. Trout was born in Richlands, V.A. Justin spent a majority of his childhood writing stories. When he was in kindergarten, he shared his first “dinosaur” story with his classmates. With a passion to draw and share his stories, Justin began writing novels when he was only 12 years old. It was at this age that the Enaya series was born.
He wrote a majority of the first drafts while he attended Lebanon High School. As he got older, Justin worked several odd jobs such as fast food, cashier, work study and retail. Justin decided to go back to college to obtain his degree where he could work in the mental health profession. It was in college when he decided to pursue publishing. Obtaining a master’s in education with a specialization in counseling from Lindsey Wilson College, Justin is a children’s therapeutic day treatment counselor and an avid writer.
He has also appeared in a number of short films and recently wrote and directed his first indie film, Fade Out. Enaya: Solace of Time is book 1 in an 8 part series.
Enaya is a series of books I have written since the seventh grade. The picture to your right is novels 1 – 5 in the handwritten form (completed mostly during my high school days in science class). Enaya has been a dream of mine for a long time.
Sometimes I write About Day to day Life
Words Give Life
In the height of this magnificent week, I’ve seen something spectacular. My book, Where We Are, reached number 2 on the Amazon list for Christian literature. While I aspire to reach number 1, you can’t complain about being number 2, especially in a market that is as...
Let Your Life Set Sail.
While I watch my children run along the shoreline, dipping in and out of the water—testing their boldness, I can’t help but envy them. So young and so innocent. At this moment as the water comes crashing around them they are faced with a decision; to jump on in or let...
The New Year 2016
I had the privilege to bring in the New Year last night with my wife. What would have been a joyous celebration and hope and excitement for the upcoming year, became more of a reflection on the things that happened in the year 2015. My wife lost her grandmother, her...