New website publishes Japanese Light novels in English


The J-Novel Club has arrived

A new Website has been launched that will bring Japanese light novels in English to eager fans all over the world. J-Novel Club is partnering with publishers Hobby Japan and OVERLAP, with hopefully more to come in the future to provide legal online access to the light novels that is popular with teens and anime fans alike.

The service is $54 for a year, basic membership and each week will release a new chapter or part of their line up of light novels along with access to a members forum. Premium members will get to receive one free e-book version of a novel each month!

Currently, the site carries four light novels: Occultic;Nine, Brave Chronicle: The Ruinmaker, My Big Sister Lives in a Fantasy World, and My Little Sister Can Read Kanji, with six more series coming soon.

The site is founded and run by Samual Pinansky, based out of Japan. If you're into Japanese light novels give this service a look at it here.

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