@shiny I do not even mind the pretty basic design of the front page. But seeing outdated information and incorrect set content despite it is running on a CMS is really hard - especially since those kind of issues are very easy to mend.
@jpwong That is actually a good hint. SEPA works quite different - much more customer-friendly in legal terms, compared to credit cards.
While for VISA/mastercard I know there are insurances for the retailer/merchant, a SEPA transaction can be revoked up to 8 weeks later without the need of giving any reason. That makes abuse on international level possible and easy, since the general way to get your money in Europe - in case a transaction has been revoked - is only the legal way.
I have read through most topics here which are accessible for non-members. A lot of issues and wishes and suggestions for the app/website mentioned are old and repeated a bunch of times. Would a new topic help?
Yea, that's why I stay regular member, since I mainly read the pre-pubs, and buy premium ebooks every once in a while for my favorite series or ones I missed during pre-pubs. I definitely don't buy 36 books a year, but I do read that many, if not more, in prepubs.
@raitoiro Yes exactly, I thought I could read any novel from the platform the moment I bought it with the subscription status that matched.
Oh yeah, I did not know about such possibilities!
A big thank you to all for your return, which helped me a lot.
Before you do go through with buying membership I would ask what are you expecting to get out of it?
Because it seems to me you think it will give you access to read those series, which is simply not the case.
I might be misreading what your after from j novel club but I would recommend you read through the benefits list carefully.
Easy solution: Read everything. I will admit though, with the number of new titles getting added, that is starting to be quite a challenge. Kind of like watching all the anime released in a season. Although the quality level here is much higher.
Edit to add: Currently, I've got a backlog of 24 parts to read, with more getting added every day.
@shiny I like knowing what's coming to some extent, because it gives me something to look forward to.
It's just that having to look through everything that's scheduled for release, just to find what has been released is. Irritatingly inefficient?