@Jaquobus It should work where if if you resubscribe to premium it doesn't give you the signing up for premium bonus credit the second time.
If you used a different account each time, well, yeah. It'd be possible to abuse it that way. But if you are so desperate for free ebooks you can probably pirate them for less work.
@Sam-Pinansky said in Re-reading:
@quirriff Good idea!
Maybe I could just have it where if you get to 100% it sets your "current place" back to 0 automatically? That'd probably be the most common use case, right?
Most certainly would be.
Hi all, I would like to poll, which series you guys and especially gals would like to see in a female centric JNC imprint. Feel free do something like it for the guy centric JNC titles.
Please state the full title and please make it as easy for me to copy paste as possible. Use the first post as reference and state the Japanese and English name respectively. Titles that have already been mentioned, may be shortened (e.g. Kumo-chan or Duke's Daughter. Please keep it understandable for someone who hasn't read it though!!
Rank three titles according to your preference. Place 1 will count 3 points, second two and third one. No more than one series per rank. Should you propose only one or two series, they will receive each 3 or 2 point according to rank.
Only vote once. Should I notice you to vote twice or more, I will ignore the new proposals.
Japanese LNs only (no unlicensed web novels)
Awesome! Thanks for the Info. This actually answers most of my questions. Hope JNC gets profitable ahead of time and that the female centered imprint is just as successful or even more so. Can't wait to see more series being translated. JNC GO!!!
@Kyon7 I'm working on getting newsletters out more frequently! There should be one every month with next month's release schedule in it starting this month...
Sorry I've been neglecting the Ebook newsletter!
@Paulo27 Though, doing that way seems easier that going to each page of a series. It still is better having a page just for it. Because imo it will be needed, especially when the quantity of series starts to increase.
Indeed, adding that to the release schedule page as well it seems better than only on the Forum.
I think there's mathematical methods you can use to calculate the reading level of a book. Always have trouble finding them online though. It'd be nice if there were a tool that could do the calculations for you.
Here's a site where you can request a Lexile level calculator tool.
Never used that particular calculation / calculator, so I don't know if that'll help you.
There's another site I found titled readabilityformulas (with a com for the address). That one seems to list a few methods for calculating US grade levels. I think I used Smog?