Author Archives: C.A. Simonson

About C.A. Simonson

C.A. (Candy) Simonson has always had a love for words. She started writing stories as a child and even won a contest for writing in the third grade. Her first published piece was at age 17. She is an award winning author, editor, and writer of fiction and nonfiction short stories, articles and books. She has over 200 publications nationally in anthologies, newspapers, magazines, and other tabloids. Her short stories have appeared in several anthologies. Her Journey Home trilogy, "Love's Journey Home," "Love Looks Back," and "Love's Amazing Grace," are available in paperback and digital format on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. When she is not writing, she is painting, crafting, or fishing.

Assurance of Stability in Unstable Times


Habakkuk, the prophet of old, trembled at what was happening in his nation. Scripture says his lips quivered and his knees buckled at the calamity soon to come. Yet, he rejoiced in the fact that his God would keep him … Continue reading

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Never alone…


Gehazi panicked when he woke up and saw the city surrounded by the Syrian army. It turns out the entire military was bearing down on the city to capture just one man — Gehazi’s boss, Elisha. For his part, Elisha … Continue reading

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Believe And Worship God


Simple trust is so hard – but so necessary.  Sometimes, that’s the only thing left. Today, I choose to believe. Don’t stop trying, because your trying will be transfigured into accomplishment. Don’t stop believing God, because your believing will develop … Continue reading

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Is a “Look-See” Good Enough?


My Dad often used the term, “look-see.”  If something needed to be inspected, he had to go take a “look-see.”  As a child, I thought it was funny; it sounded as if he said the same thing twice. I didn’t … Continue reading

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The Fragrance of Springtime


Soon, my yard will smell like onions. Why, you ask? Because in this part of the country, wild chives grow everywhere. When we mow the grass with all the chives popping up here and there, fresh onion odor infuses the air. Not … Continue reading

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How Much Do I Trust?


A year ago around this time I was devastated. Driving home in a daze, I reflected on what just happened. Without warning, I had been told I could pack up my things and leave work. Just like that.Budget cuts and … Continue reading

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Questions


              Found on adventcandy.blogspot.com Joseph helped the baby enter the world. They both marveled at the first cry. Beams of brilliant starlight suddenly streamed through the stable window, haloing the infant in Joseph’s arms. “Look, Mary. … Continue reading

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