Amy and her team have posted these messages on all of her various social networking sites:
"Hey everyone, join me on little BIG Talk with Amy Saturday, 14th, 10-11. Go to www.amyroloffcf.org to log in, a little talk here and there and BIG talk on a topic. Your questions, suggestions, and input are talked about to. IT'S LIVE. what's up. More info to follow. I'm starting up again and beginning on a Saturday. Woohoo."
Amy's previous "Coffee Chats" have been held via Ustream:
Amy's live internet "coffee chats" began after the cancellation of "Little People, Big World" and continued pretty regularly -- every Friday -- until about June of 2011 when the LPBW specials were announced.
Previously, Amy began holding her internet chats in a coffee shop and would have a local guest. She then moved it to her home. Occasionally, the Roloff kids (and once, Matt) would make an appearance, but I think it's fair to say they appeared to be rather reluctant and not much was ever revealed. Amy often did cooking segments or interviewed guests such as musician Patrick Lamb while Amy's life chat audience asked questions.
Some people made the observation that towards the end of the "Coffee Chat with Amy" series, Amy appeared more reluctant to talk about the kids and discuss the real events in the lives of the Roloffs - even though that's what the chatters kept asking about. Amy seemed like she wanted the chat talk to be directed at her cooking segments and interviews of her guests rather than questions about her kids and the ever popular "How is Rocky doing?" (which was asked multiple times in every coffee chat).
The most discussed or note-worthy incident to come from Amy's Live Internet Coffee Chat from Spiritswander readers, was after Amy had said all questions are welcome and asked for some "tough questions". A chatter named Kyle asked Amy about the Solid Rock church that Jeremy and the Roloffs love so much and the issues of hypocrisy because some of the church's messages that are taught appear to contradict the content of Amy's speeches in her role as a paid Diversity speaker about acceptance of people who are different.
You can read our detailed recap of that show here:
Amy appeared to be a bit rattled by the question (and gave a vague answer). People noticed that in Amy's chats after that question/show she appeared to be less willing to take/answer questions.
So to recap: Amy's Coffee Chat: Live Internet show returns this Saturday at 10:00 AM Pacific time.