Discussion in 'Novel General' started by RANTMAN, May 10, 2016.
QQCW confuses me a lot
It seems like a new original website for males.
Manga with some anime-related light novel translation status (with links if you add the plugin) are available at
Due to DMCA, they removed links to the stories, but a plugin adds those links back.
Look like they even have "writing a story competition"
Yes. They have launched and are launching some writing contests.
For Web Serials list:
The Wandering Inn
Another 'alternative' source is to highlight that string of glyphs that is only slightly more cryptic than the romanized titles submitted with many Japanese novels, right-click on it, and search for it. Google and duckduckgo work just as well for this. One of the top few links will be the original source of the translation. If you have a browser like chrome that integrates 'google translate', you can read the original novels and support the original author directly with your views.
The funny thing is, although the pronouns seem to be randomly chosen, and some obvious inversions of gender, verbs and descriptions occur, the mistakes ARE obvious, so you can follow along and read the story just fine. Well, I can, anyways. I suppose it's experience from the many 'translators' who simply use a machine translation, then copy/paste and edit (poorly).
The up-side of this for you is the author's original content is typically months or even years ahead of the snail-pace that many translation projects go. The translators are often even slower than George R. R. Martin.
Anyways, when the 'translation' is on chapter 14 after a year, but the original was published starting in 2015, and has over 500 chapters, there isn't any particular need to wait, or hope that you can read just one week faster with a donation, when reading the original is quite understandable (but seldom 'pretty'), and grants at least readership statistics to the actual author, if not more focus that their works are being actively sought out and read across cultures, which could lead to 'official' translations, releases and other projects that pay the real authors for their ORIGINAL works and encourages them to keep writing.
Bit unrelated but are some novels not updating constantly?
novels from sites listed in this thread? which site/novel?
Never mind refreshed page and found it on Wuxia world.
Added. Thanks for the rec.
Seeing this site really tells me how time truly flies... I can't stop feeling sentimental guess this is what they call mid life crisis maybe.
Can you tell me how to get past 5 pages in any category in qidian??
eg: if i select classical fairy category from xianxia then it only shows novels accomodated in 5 pages only. No more than 5 pages in any available category,
How to see more available novels??
Helpful, thank you
Wow, little did I know that there are many such sites for online novels. I just used wattpad, inkitt, love novel and lovel apps only. This is a very useful thread.
Please specify what you're talking about. Who are you talking to? Isaac20? Many what? Websites? Which what? The websites for fiction? Check the first page.
I just want to make sure I'm not talking to an advertising bot/account.
Medium has some fiction here or there, though it's mostly non-fiction.
hey, I'm new here did anyone here who interested in the comic books please let me know.
I stat my online reading journey with wattpad.....rest is history!!!
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