You know about Facebook, of course. If you've not yet joined my Facebook page, I invite you to do so now.
Just click on this link.
Facebook Live is like having your own TV station, hosted on Facebook. I talk to you from my mobile phone or tablet, you watch. While you watch, you can comment, and I see those comments live on my screen.
So I can talk back to you.
I receive dozens of emails and messages every day. About 4,000 people every day visit my blog, and a lot of them have questions.
Maybe you're one of them!
It's just not possible for me to answer every one. There aren't enough hours in the day!
I can answer more by doing a "live" question and answer session.
You'll need to be a member of my Facebook group, otherwise you won't know when I'm going to broadcast.
I can't plan it a long way in advance, because the internet connection here in Italy isn't always predictable.
So, I will post a comment on the Facebook page the day before I broadcast, and let you know what time.
At the time and day I've promised, I'll be answering questions for about ten minutes. The questions will be taken mainly from those sent to me via my contact page.
If you miss it, come back here later to find the recording.
While I'm broadcasting, you can ask me brief questions by writing them in the 'comments' box. If there's time, I'll answer them live.
So, start thinking about what you need to know!
If the internet connection is stable enough, you'll meet Luce (my Livestock Guardian Dog), and some of my chickens.
But what I talk about depends partly on you - because my main aim is to answer questions.
You can watch Facebook Live on either a laptop or desktop computer, or on any mobile device.
To join me live you'll need to be a member of my Facebook page - just click on the "Like" button at this link .
Now watch out for the post I'll put up to let you know the time I'll be broadcasting.
And that's it!
Just like with any Facebook post, you can show how much you like what you're seeing by clicking or tapping on the 'like' or 'love' buttons. the difference is that you'll see your hearts floating across the screen - and so will I.
It's like clapping when you're watching a show - which, in a way, you are.
So be kind - tap me some hearts!
I'm looking forward to seeing you during my broadcasts, and to hearing what you think of them - live!
Use the image below to go to my contact page, where you can fill in my form to ask your question.
I'll then choose some which seem the most frequently asked questions, to answer during my broadcast.