An Interview with Rosann Cunningham at Clothed in Scarlet

This is a video interview, and it is the most fun I've had being interviewed so far. I'm so grateful to Sunu Philip for the opportunity, her interest in getting to know me, and the lessons I've learned with self-publishing.

Sunu asked me the following questions:

  • How did you get started writing online?
  • What inspired the subject matter and ideas of your ebooks?
  • How did you gather information and put together the content for your ebooks?
  • What struggles did you face in the self-publishing process?
  • When you have a lot of project ideas floating around your mind, how do you decide which one to start with first?

Friends on Friday: Rosann Cunningham at There Is Grace

Nancy gave me a lovely shout out over at her blog. She shared how we met in an online writer's group, and at first she wasn't quite sure she could handle the pressure of being friends with a "supermom."

I'm so glad she quickly learned I'm a pretty cool gal. 🙂

Her interview came shortly after I published Refuel Your Inner SuperMom.

Some of the things Nancy asked me to share were:

  • A little bit about myself and my blogs
  • What led me to write Refuel Your Inner SuperMom 
  • The heart of my UnEmployed Faith ministry
  • A few of my favorite things

Inspired Blogger: Rosann @ Christian SuperMom

- by Barbie at My Freshly Brewed Life

Every month Barbie features a blogger she's come across who inspires her. It was such an honor to be featured at her online space where faith and encouragement pour forth on a daily basis.

Barbie asked:

  • Tell us a little bit about yourself.
  • How long have you been blogging and how/why did you start?
  • What is the purpose of your blog? (ChristianSupermom at the time)
  • What do you most enjoy about blogging?
  • What are you passionate about?
  • Who or what inspires you?
  • Tell us something random about yourself.
  • Share one of your favorite posts and what you love about it.

UnEmployed Faith Author Interview: Rosann Cunningham, at Rise Above Your Limits

Way back in early 2012 a fellow blogger and friend, Becky, interviewed me about writing the book UnEmployed Faith.

Becky asked:

  • When and why did you get the idea to write UnEmployed Faith?
  • What was the hardest part of writing your book?
  • Share a few things you learned while writing your book.
  • What new interests have you developed from the experience that led to writing your book?