A huge thanks again to Mark, Steve, and everyone at LingQ for having me on as a guest today for the LingQ Gathering!
One of the questions that was asked was where I find Japanese books to import into LingQ. For whatever reason, it’s actually really hard to find digital Japanese books online.
That being said, here is where I have been getting mine:
The LingQ Library has some good books available for everyone to use. Click on Browse Library > Books when you are on the Lesson page. You can also try typing in certain words into the Search Bar like “book” or “lightnovel” and such to see what other people have uploaded.
I have also had some luck with Amazon. They have the Harry Potter series, children’s books, and some translated works such as “7 Habits of Highly Effective People.” You can check them out here: https://www.amazon.com/Japanese-eBooks/b?ie=UTF8&node=7735165011
There are also some public domain websites that have free Japanese books on them. One of them is called Project Gutenberg which you can find here: Browse By Language: Japanese | Project Gutenberg
There is also a more extensive site with more free books (but it’s all in Japanese) called Aozora Bunko which you can find here: https://www.aozora.gr.jp/
These are where I’ve found my Japanese eBooks, but I would love to hear where you get yours. Please let me know with a comment below!