How does it work?

Q: I have played ‘This months game’, what do I do with my thoughts?

A: Put that pen to paper, your fingers to those keys and write them down! (Publish your thoughts in the response section of the game by the 3rd Wednesday of the meetup month)


Q: I’ve written my critical thoughts down, now what?

A: We would love to hear and read your thoughts on ‘This months game’. The best way to share them is to write your thoughts into the response section at the bottom of the ‘This months game’ story. That way, we know that it relates to that game.
(Publish your thoughts in the response section of the game by the 3rd Wednesday of the meetup month)


Q: How long should my response be?

A: It can be as long or as short as you would like it to be. You can write your thoughts as bullet points or even good ol’fashioned prose. Heck, if you wrote your thoughts down on a napkin, take a picture of the napkin and insert that into the response section. The responses section you write in is treated as it’s own ‘story’, so you can do what you like with it. Why not go crazy and insert a video or a soundcloud link of your thoughts. 
(Publish your thoughts in the response section of the game by the 3rd Wednesday of the meetup month)


Q: It would be really great if I could get some writing prompts as a reminder and to help with critically engaging with ‘This months game’, is this something Not A Book Club could do?

A: Well, I’m glad you asked. If you subscribe to the Not A Book Club publication there will be 2–3 prompts referred to as 'Letters’ which will be sent in between discussion dates. 
(Publish your thoughts in the response section of the game by the 3rd Wednesday of the meetup month)


Q: My response has been published, can I lie down now?

A: Short answer — Yes! Longer answer, Yeeeeeeeeeeees? But why not read other peoples responses, hear their thoughts, then respond to them with your thoughts, read their responses to your thoughts…and so on, and so forth.
(Publish your thoughts in the response section of the game by the 3rd Wednesday of the meetup month)


A Not A Book Club note on etiquette

An example of not so good etiquette

First rule of Not A Book Club, be respectful of other peoples thoughts and opinions.

Second rule of Not A Book Club, be respectful of other peoples thoughts and opinions.

*Any responses containing bad language, disrespectful comments or abuse in any form will be moderated and removed.*


Not A Book Club is a bi-monthly meet-up at the National Videogame Arcade where we gather to critically discuss our thoughts on a chosen game.
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