I would recommend going in as your own Kindle direct publisher, and you'll need to commission cover art and design. I'm sure there are businesses that can help you out with that (for a price). J-Novel Club does not publish English-original works.
@smiley_101 said in The Devil is a Part-Timer! will be concluding with its 21st vol. in Summer 2020!:
This is one series I can't get enough of. Love it to death
Wait, so it's ending, because you loved it too much? ;)
@piisfun definitely! I also loved the mistaken identity with the lead soldier from Ascham and the price regarding Mile.
The other big thing for me this volume was I finally figured out what her penname was based on. I thought she was just going for a cool sounding name and never realized she had merged all three of her names into one. I thought it was super clever !!
One of my favorite series and one of the longest one I have followed the WN translation. I guess it just hits all the check boxes for things I look/like in an isekai series. That said though the last arc in the WN definitely felt a bit of "winging it" by the author to finish it up. Hopefully he/she does something original for the LN releases.
@Clarys You're welcome. There are quite a few shoujo novels in the 'Licensing Suggestions!' forum, which are really good. I hope, that JNC will license them someday. In fact, they recently released a hint, which could be one of them.^^
This tweet indicates that they have/are working on the license, just no date yet. Given the delays I wouldn't expect this until at least October. I believe SO12 released after DM15 in Japan originally, so publishing in this order is a little odd,
@HarmlessDave said in Lazy Dungeon Master, First time reader.:
@SomeOldGuy said in Lazy Dungeon Master, First time reader.:
I'd say that while all of the volumes have some dark moments and dark humor, volume 1 got the darkest with the bandits' treatment of their sex slave and the harvesting of adventurers. There is one later volume that gets close to that but I won't spoiler it.
I think i read that part. And honestly, it was more darker than bandit sex slave part. Damm...
I've read the first two volumes of Bottom Tier Character Tomozaki and think it's wonderful, even if it's not exactly what you may be expecting by a gaming novel. Probably my favorite new series I've started in quite a while.
I doubt it's that but William from "Faraway paladin" as very red hair on most of the color illustrations (although it's described as chestnut-brown in the text). And while it's not a really a "weird isekai it's different from most of them.
@hopebestman said in Overlord author Maruyama ends the series at 17th Volume!:
@myskaros yeah people are allowed to change their minds but i guess i am allowed to get angry about it? And as a LN forum, i thought this place was ok to share my anger.
Sure, you're allowed to be angry, and I'm allowed to say that your anger is misplaced.
The first volume is about things happening to Sayaka before the manga storyline, so sure, the anime should be enough.
The second volume is supposed to be on the same timeline as the manga however (and the third one is about after) so perhaps that won't be the case here. These haven't been released yet though.
I'm assuming you've read everything on Jnovel? I would recommend all of the following titles.
The Girl Who Bore the Flame Ring, The Girl Who Ate a Death God, Kumo Desu Ga Nani Ka, Tabi ni Deyou, Horobiyuku Sekai no Hate made.
If you haven't read everything on Jnovel yet I recommend Bookworm and Other Side Picnic. Both are quite well written and a cut above most of the LN I run across.
Regarding recent changes, some titles will, going forward, have a SEPARATE topic for reporting corrections. Ascendance of a Bookworm is the first to get this, and there will probably be more.
When this happens, please remember not to include the corrections in the DISCUSSION topic for a volume, if a [CORRECTIONS] topic exists. Some novels have a lot of discussion about the book and what's happening, and just a few corrections.