Pantser or Plotter?

Do you write ‘by the seat of your pants’? No plan or plot? Author Nora Roberts says she never knows where her story is going. She sits down at her computer to find out.

Panster or plotter

Do Your Characters Write Your Story?

Some writers hate to plot saying they would rather discover the adventures along the way. I can agree to that to a point. I may not have the whole story in my head, but there’s a certain idea of how I want the story to go. But like most writers, once I start writing, the characters have a way of taking over – and that’s where the fun begins! Continue reading Pantser or Plotter?



Tears welled up in my eyes as I listened. Frank’s antics with the hated “Missus” made me laugh, and his puppy love with his ‘angel’ tugged at my heart — and I’m the author.  I’m stoked!  Peter Kendall put his excellent touches on this audiobook and I am well-pleased. Love’s Journey Home audiobook grips the listener as professional actor, Peter Kendall, tells Frank’s story of abandonment and his search for love as he grows from a boy to a man.


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Some Reviews from Amazon:

Love’s Journey Home is written with smart honesty, tenderness, and is rich with the complexities of human relationships.”

“The Journey Home series was a wonderful story. From the first word to the last, I was taken back in time, upset with some of the characters and completely involved….”

“The book was riveting with the characters coming alive through Simonson’s skilled pen. Poverty, pain, fear, and sorrow are woven throughout the story, but love, hope, and trust triumph. “Love’s Journey Home” is uplifting and inspirational. Without hesitation a five-star book!”

Read a chapter from the next book in the series, Love Looks Back.