Download the epub directly to your Android device and go to open it. It will then offer to upload a cloud copy to Play Books if you try to open it in that app.
It will end up in an uploaded folder on the Play Books app allowing you to download to any device from your Google Account.
Afaik this has a higher allowable file size than email to Kindle.
Only other option would be to email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for it. But this would be a decision from base to base. They surely would need to look into premium credits, if you sued them or something else.
@myskaros I assume someone got trigger happy and just upped the version number for a minor change. Instead of 1.1 we got a 2.0. Although this makes me wonder how minor a change is for a 1.0.1 like in realist hero 3 and 5. Although it doesn't really matter as it signals something got corrected.
@chavex said in quick question about schedule:
@jpwong thanks I see there was a new post created after my question, that solves my inquires good to know. I was a bit confused since the only source I had was when you read about becoming member, it says the following info: Weekly releases of ~40 pages a week per series, tons of series to be announced (link here).
I know it isn't clear, but they do weekly updates to VOLUMES being translated. JNC doesn't commit to a time between volumes (too many variables) - if they have the license and it's been released in Japan, it's usually 2 weeks between volumes. Bookworm is the exception, the team is attempting to present parts without breaks - it's a goal, not a commitment (and so far they've delivered...but in this industry such performance is unprecedented!)
Volumes are available to read for members while they're being translated. After the book is fully released and available for purchase, they expire shortly thereafter and can only be read if you buy it or wait for the series to go on catchup.
However you should be able to read more then just the preview (part 1) for many series, including all series currently on Catchup, and all of the recently announced Anime Expo Titles.
Additionally when you signed up you should have received 1 premium credit , which allows you to purchase any premium e-book, on the site, you will get another credit on the 15th of every month.
If you are unhappy with the membership experience on the site feel free to send an e-mail to email@example.com to request a refund.
If you have any other questions please let me know.
Edit: To expand a bit about premium editions, sold on the site, I will post a comment I have posted on another topic:
@Mdick99 If you’re a J-Novel Club member, then I recommend buying the premium ebook straight from JNC. Volume 4 of Seirei Gensouki in particular has 4 bonus short stories and a bonus color illustration that are exclusive to the premium version and aren’t available on Kindle.
Here is the list of bonus exclusive content: https://forums.j-novel.club/post/2239
Also, there’s no local taxes when buying from JNC, so it’s likely cheaper than Amazon, as well as having better image quality and DRM free.
No. Before I log with my Google account I tried to register with my email. So I got a mail with a link to "confirm my mail" but when I clicked on the link it suppose to take me a windows who might have a message with something like "Email Confirm" but instead it Says "token error" and a somo lines of codes. I tried to resent the mail to confirm but always do the same so tired of that I decide to log in with my Google Account and then where no problem. I do the same as you... I set a password but i just can't log in the app.
@LegitPancake I originally just posted about the issue so that it could be fixed (which it appears to now be able to use the work-around again in Edge).
However, the underlying problem has been present for months in both Chrome and Edge. When there are images in a release it doesn't load the full thing without going to the "end" first and going back. There shouldn't need to be a work-around in the first place, but it becomes a much bigger problem when it actually prevents you from using it at all because the work-around doesn't work.
Discussion is pretty much moot - JNC has chosen a payment processor (I think they said it was Stripe) that suits their company needs, and that processor is a competitor of PayPal. Because of that, they don't do PP transactions. To convert JNC to PP, you would have to convince them that PP is better than their current processor.
I know several people who have used both Stripe and PP on the vendor side of the transaction. I am told PP is too much of a pain to deal with. Even if you use a payment processor that accepts the PP transactions, your PP account can be frozen by PP at any time, for any reason. Have fun getting any money you left in your PP account when that happens.
I really don't know any of them that stuck with PP, unless they were selling on eBay.
If you've made "Accepts PayPal" an integral part of your online life, several retailers of JNC books accept it, and you don't HAVE to be a member to buy JNC books.