JUSTIN C. HART
Justin C. Hart (born May 3, 1982) is an American author, author coach, and speaker best known for his works of inspiration. His debut fictional novel, Liquid Sunshine, is loosely based on actual events from the author’s life. On September 17th, 2009 his first published work hit #1 inspirational bestseller on Amazon, passing highly esteemed Joel Osteen and Joyce Meyer. Aside from writing inspirational novels and future self-help books, Hart is also known for his poetry. His first published poetry work is entitled Life, Love & God . The LLG Poetry Collection Vol. 1 is anticipated to do very well.

EARLY LIFE
Hart was born in Wiesbaden, Germany to Lisa and Conrad Hart, a retired Military Air Force veteran and founder of non-profit organization, Turn Around Coaching, Inc. Hart and his siblings, older brother, Dorien Hart and younger sister, Tiffany Hart spent their childhood in Arkansas and later moved to Hampton Roads, Virginia in 1992. In 2000, Hart graduated from Woodside High School in Newport News with an advanced diploma. He then enrolled into Norfolk State University and graduated with an associate's degree in Architectural Drafting in 2002 and a bachelor’s degree in Building Construction and Technology in 2004. While pursuing his career, for most of his younger years outside of sports and music, Hart was continuously journaling, writing short stories, and scribbling poetry. As early on as elementary school, he wrote his first short story book in the 4th grade called The Super Kid. In 5th grade he received the attention of his school library for his second piece of work called For the Love of the Game. Hart illustrated the pages for both recreational short story books.

CAREER
Hart knew from age 12 that he wanted to pursue a career in Architecture, which he did for six years after graduating from college and before the economy crashed. From 2007-2009, the residential and commercial industries were shaken heavily by the down spiral of the economy, effecting millions nationwide. As his story is told, Hart was one of the many effected and he was laid off three times in two years while positioned as an Architectural Draftsman. From 2009-2011, he was amongst the unemployed population, juggling part-jobs to make ends meet. His titles included: substitute teacher, security guard, insurance broker, and medical coordinator, all while promoting his debut hit novel. Before the book received praise, it was four years in the making. The development forced Hart to learn much about the art of book writing, the creative process, and the industry in general. In 2010 the desire to becoming an Author Coach and assist the hundreds of individuals he encountered with their personal book projects was set ablaze.

MARRIAGE AND FAMILY
On March 12, 2011, Justin C. Hart married his beautiful bride, Jasmine Y. Preston. After committing to a friendship and courtship of abstinence until marriage, the two kept their promise to God and each other and stood pure at the altar. Hart himself was celibate for nearly 7 years before his wedding day, and the purity of their special moment is displayed on the front cover of his first poetry collection, Life, Love & God. The Harts happily reside on the outskirts of Atlanta.
"Atlanta author, Justin C. Hart’s book Liquid Sunshine Hit #1 on Amazon’s Inspirational Bestseller List and Hit #5 on Amazon’s Christian Living Bestseller List on Thursday, September 17, 2009, beating out such books as It’s your Time and Become a Better You by Joel Osteen and Battlefield of The Mind by Joyce Meyer. The book remained on both Bestseller Lists on Friday, September 18, 2009."