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?
@seltzermx said in Improve the prepub reader:
the paragraph right before an image never ever loads. So I have to open the web reader, go to that page, and then move back to the app to continue. Been doing this almost since the begining.
I think what happens here is that the image sometimes overlaps with the paragraph before it, depending on the size of your screen (Doesn't happen on my phone, but happens on my Chromebook laptop screen)
On my ~2 year old Kindle Voyage I have never changed any settings, and books added using Calibre do show up in My Library, with the most recent additions appearing on the Home screen.
Attach kindle to PC with USB cable
Add downloaded premium book to Calibre library
Choose Send to Device and say yes to auto-convert
My Calibre version is roughly a year old since I've been too lazy to update it.
For errors found in published ebooks it is generally recommended that corrections be sent to support@j-Novel.club
There are various reasons for that but it basically comes down to it will get seen and addressed faster.
It is also important to note that corrections found in the final QC before an ebook is published won’t always be applied to prepub parts on the website, so if the book has been published and you find an error while reading the prepub parts on the site it probably was already caught.
Yea I feel this one, I first joined on a regular membership but then when I realized that I couldn't just read all of the books of the one series I had joined to read, I was pretty pissed. Then when id figured out I needed to buy premium and or tokens it was even more frustrating.
It would have been nice to understand that instead of a regular library this service is more like a library where all non new books burst into flames and you need to buy your own copy after that.
I understand this stops people getting bored and reading everything and then unsubscribing but knowing that ahead of time would have made it better.
I believe Sam said he would prioritize this for the eventual website overhaul. So it's definitely on his radar. In the meantime, Amazon and Rightstuf have the best catalog to keep track of JNC prints. I use this link to keep an eye on future leaked JNC books. For example, For My Daughter volume 9 print is set to release on July 7, 2020, and that hasn't even been released in Japan yet.
@terrence said in Available Parts tab:
I know this is really only a major issue with catch-up folks
It's also a problem with a longer series like Dendro, Smartphone, Apocalypse.
When the releases tab was clearing itself it was no fun to be paging through on my tablet and accidentally jump to volume 5 part 1 instead of page 3 of the parts.