Kathryn Felicia Day is an American actress, comedian, and writer. On TV, she played the character "Vi" on the series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Dr. Holly Marten in Eureka and currently has a recurring role as Charlie on Supernatural. She has acted in movies such as Bring It On Again and June, as well as the Internet musical Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog. She is the star, writer, and producer of the original web series The Guild, a show loosely based on her life as a gamer. She also wrote and starred in the Dragon Age web series Dragon Age: Redemption. Day was a member of the board of directors of the International Academy of Web Television beginning December 2009 until the end of July 2012.
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>Hey everyone. Felicia Day – actress, producer, gaming addict, and now author! I'll answer questions on anything you'd like to know (almost)!
You can check out my book at http://feliciadaybook.com.
Hi, I have a question for Chtorrr. How annoyed were you after the 10th link to the /r/books AMA?
Not really annoyed. I was expecting this. Same thing happened for the David J. Peterson AMA a couple days ago. Any time a crosspost gets popular this happens.
It's really sad that you had to repeat yourself so many times. I probably would've just let people miss the AMA at some point. Their fault for being lazy.
I don't want people to miss out :( but really at this point people SHOULD BE CLICKING THE LINK
CAN I DATE YOUR AVATAR!?
I have a question for /u/Chtorrr
How hard is it to setup AMAs? Do most people reject you initially or are they mostly open to it?
Most are very open to it! I don't usually get outright refusal, often it's just not a good time because they're busy with deadlines or something. Usually once I explain that the AMA can happen whenever is best for the author they will schedule a date in the future or set a reminder to get back to me.
I also often get a bunch of other really cool people when I reach out about one person. I sent an email to Image comics about Robert Kirkman (he's too busy right now) and got Brian K. Vaugh, Rick Remender, Marcos Martin, Kieron Gillen, & Steve Seagle. I always let publicists, agents, & authors know that I'm glad to hear from any other authors who might want to do an AMA. Sometimes their books would be more popular elsewhere so I direct them to the mods of another subreddit like /r/GetMotivated, /r/IAmA, /r/politics, /r/trees etc........
I'll keep trying for Robert Kirkman, but I'm very happy to hear from all the other authors there who want to do an AMA too.
Did you have to post in /r/books because there's no proof it's Felicia Day?
She posted about it on Twitter & the entire AMA was done on video. It'll be released in the near future.
I'd hit it
It'd eat you!
Question for /u/Chtorr, how many times for people to ask a question in this post instead of the /r/books post and you having to redirect them would it take until you became a screaming sun?
I was totally expecting this so I'm not really bothered by it.
Does that mean you take requests? Can we get Joe Abercrombie?
I do take requests! Joe Abercrombie is already on the scheduel though
But could you give me a ballpark estimate for how many times it would take to actually make you mad? You seem like an exceptionally calm person.
This kind of thing really isn't going to get me riled up. There are far more irritating things that happen moderating large subreddits. Just imagine /r/StarWars when a new trailer hits?
Or they're a Reddit employee maybe and gets paid to redirect people who can't read?
Edit: My bad, they do not get paid, they're just very diligent.
Nope. Don't work for reddit. I set up AMAs for /r/books because I like to :) I'm redirecting everyone because I don't want them to miss out.
Do you want to know if I am going to watch that or are you looking to ask Felicia?
Here's a question: why is this AMA in /r/books?
Isn't there a SUBREDDIT FOR AMAs??
We do an AMA in /r/books almost every day. I do the outreach and setup for almost all of them. I sent an email and invited Felicia because her new book has been quite popular.
I specifically search for and invite authors who I think will be popular in /r/books.
If you're trying to tell that to Felicia -
I am not Felicia! You should go visit the actual AMA
You should read the post before commenting.
I just want to say we both have the same first name and red hair and I love you.
Also, do you plan on doing anymore cameos on Supernatural?
You should click one of the many, many links.
Will you ever go back to Supernatural? Is a comic book death still on the table?
You seriously need to read any part of this post. Please!
How do you deal with writer's block?
It says you were looking at my LinkedIn profile a few months back. Was that really you?
So , deserted island, one book, one movie, one cd, what do you choose? BTW loved the book, and so did my daughter!
Hi, Felicia! What production you've acted in has been the most fun? Do you keep in touch with many of your co-stars after production ends?
You said in the book that writing the Guild was a painful experience. Can you expound? I'm curious if it's just self doubt, too many choices, etc?