25%: In a certain room far underground, (This sentence starts a jump in location/characters. I usually expect a break in the paragraph structure with one blank line at such places, but that's absent here, so I'm just mentioning it in case that absence wasn't intentional.)
56%: the real her was someone with an immense amount of patience, and a strong sense of responsibility. (delete comma)
I see what you mean. WP 8.1 might need the native app even more so than 10. Thanks for the link, I'll read the thread when I'll get home. I know I can just capture the trafic from the browser but I'd rather do it officially if possile.
The web/app reader only provides access to previews and pre-publication novels. Paying members get all prepub novel parts but once a novel has been published for a week or two it disappears from the prepub system and you have to buy it as an epub etc for continued digital access. Premium subscribers get a monthly free credit for premium epubs and a discount on buying more credits.
There are usually numerous novels free at any one time but they are not all first volumes. The money people pay helps fund some high quality translations and supports the light novel industry so I think it is good value but I understand the frustration of many of the free volumes being for later volumes only. If you want to discuss how to improve the experience for new subscribers see the thread at https://forums.j-novel.club/topic/506/don-t-remove-vol-1-of-any-novel-series/
@Sasha-McGlynn all the readers of this book are saying that every single word leaves us speechless, and takes our breath away...the human language has not advanced enough to allow one to properly express how simply jaw dropping this book is...
I listen to all the J-Novel stuff with robot voice.
For the premium member Epubs, you can use EReader Prestigio on Android. You get 1 free Epub a month as a premium member, but can but
For the site on a desktop / laptop, there's a TTS extension in Chrome (PC version) you can download that's handy for listening to the site content. Actually two, but the other one pops up a window trying to get you to pay for the full version, and the default does not let you change voices. Both have their drawbacks currently (sometimes the former stops reading and you have to click the fast forward button to keep going).
I'd love to find an extension for my mobile phone browsers to read the web page if anyone knows of any. Most of the ones I've seen there require highlighting text or copying text.
@Eirhime I would not recommend a Kindle. There are better e-readers. Buying a Kindle is comitting to one bookstore for all books, and you've already seen some of the problems that can result. Even the Nook can read books from Kobo, JNC, and lots of other places.
Personally, I use an Icarus Illumina. It's awesome.
Hmm I think that having available first volumes to read for premium should be a good thing, since basically it would increase in some cases revenue of site, or maybe better would be giving first volumes of series to be readable every few months, so that members who just do not know some series can try it and buy all available volumes.
As for saying that few parts of novel we are able to decide whether novel is good or not I say it's bullshit because even now I sometimes dropping a series after reading few parts and what left me is the feeling of regret that i ever decided to buy it, the example from this site is Little Apocalypse since basically I liked first volume but it become completely worst after i read that each volume will introduce new heroines