Author Archives: C.A. Simonson

About C.A. Simonson

C.A. Simonson is a freelance writer and author. Her award-winning short stories have appeared in seven anthologies. The Journey Home trilogy, "Love's Journey Home," "Love Looks Back," and "Love's Amazing Grace," are Christian fiction based on true events. She has also published two anthologies, one of short stories and one of devotions and poems. A children's speller/story coloring book was released in April 2017. Copies are available in paperback and digital format on Amazon, KOBO, iTunes, and Barnes and Noble or at casimonson.com. Books are now available in audio format on audible.com When she is not writing, she is painting, crafting, or fishing.

The Miracle of Creation


Born at 27 weeks, hardly big enough to fit in a man’s hand. Could she survive? Continue reading

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Saved from Flying Bullets


Does God really protect? These college kids would find out when the gun was pointed at them…. Continue reading

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Struck by Lightning-Marked for Life – Pt.2


His pants zipper was melted; the lining of his socks burnt. A question mark burned into the top of his head with the zigzag patterns down each side of his body from head to toe. How was it that he was still alive? -READ PART 2 of STRUCK BY LIGHTNING Continue reading

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100 Million Volts of Lightning: Head to Toe


He dared to pray a very dangerous prayer. Hours later he was struck by lightning and lived to tell the amazing story. Continue reading

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A Ball of Fire Through the House!


There’s nothing more powerful than a bolt of lightning. When it strikes close to you – you never forget it. Continue reading

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Surviving the Carr Firenado


Before we could think, the Carr Fire was at the end of our street. We had less than 2 minutes to get out. Continue reading

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Too Close for Comfort


“It felt like a boulder smashed into my head.” When he found out what it was, he was amazed to be alive. Continue reading

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