Put Ebooks back on Barnes and Noble
Not everyone owns a Kindle.
I'm a Nook user. It's not fair for Nook users to be excluded from purchasing ebooks of series they want to read from J Novel Club.
I regularly purchased light novels from J Novel Club on Nook. Don't take them away. I'm very disappointed that they are only available on Kindle.
Paperbacks are way too expensive as well.
@BlackHeartedRose It has been acknowledged by JNC staff that there is a problem with some of their volumes and Nook, they are working on getting them re-added but it will take some time.
@Ellyonia It's not just some.
It's a lot of series/volumes that have been taken down.
I will wait paitently, but I hope the matters get resolved.
Especially for long series like Ascendance of a Bookworm.
This is temporary. We are moving legacy nook books to being distributed through publish drive at the same time as we are applying the price increase.
Everything should be back up in a week or two max.
I know that purchasing directly in the app/ on the device is super convenient, but have you considered buying direct from JNC instead?
EBooks are pretty much all 699 coins ($6.99 US) and often have extra features vs. the Nook versions (like better pictures or sometimes extra stories)
importing from a PC/Mac to your nook is pretty straightforward
I mean, get your content whichever way you like best, but, I thought you might like to know that you have options
I buy on my eReader. It is more convenient for me than reading them online or on my laptop. Plus, 6.99 or 7.99 is not a bad price for an ebook.
Also the pictures look just fine on my eReader.
My Nook device is a 10 inch device.
do what works for you, no criticism from me
I hope you are enjoying Bookworm, it has become one of my favorites as well
I get that the extra steps to download to a pc then transfer to your nook could be a pain
@Jon-Mitchell Also, I've done this before when I bought manga on Humble. The files were huge. I know that the light novel files wouldn't be as big. It just ate up all the space that my older Nook could handle at the time.
It's the next series I'm starting. I came up with another solution for now that will work for me. Downloaded Bookwalker to my Nook and bought the volumes that aren't available on Nook atm on their.
So I will paitently wait for the other series I want to read to be added back to Nook. So I can have all of them in Nook format.
@BlackHeartedRose Sorry the timing worked out badly for you.
We had to do this at some point (the indie Barnes and Noble Press interface was extremely buggy and we result in incomplete books or botched preorders half the time...). We started more than a year ago uploading new books to Nook through Publishdrive and it's been much smoother, but the books that were originally published through B&N Press were still there. It's obviously simpler for us if everything is distributed through the same channel so we are using the opportunity where we were going to have to manually update every book's price anyway to just moving them off one system onto another.
The delay is simply because we have to wait about a week for the books to be "completely" taken down before we reupload them, otherwise it's possible there might be rights collisions (it looks to B&N like someone else is trying to upload the same content and that can give rise to another week or two delay as we prove we're actually the same company :( )
@admin I'm sorry to hear what you are going through.
I hope it gets resolved. I self publish on Barnes and Noble. So I don't know everything with how big publishers publish through them.
I see a lot of the books are back now, but I guess they have different isbn-13 is different now.