Re:Library is a translation and original novel hosting site founded by Silva on October 26, 2013. Previously known as Silva’s Library, the site started out as nothing more than a mere hobby site to share Silva’s favorite anime and manga.
At the year of 2015, Silva became absorbed in reading web novel and found an interest in Close Combat Mage, a web novel translated by Fernando and Taffy from Pika Translations. He was just so eager to read the next chapter that he thought he might as well translate the next chapter for himself. It was then Silva became a part of Pika Translations.
It was on July 08, 2015 that Silva decided to pick up his first solo project, the World of Immortals. At first, Silva was co-hosting that project on both Re:Library and Pika Translations, but after Re:Library had been approved by an advertising network to serve ads on the site, Silva had decided to host his project solely on Re:Library.
Following that, Silva started sending invitations to various translators and authors to host their work on Re:Library, the first one to join us was none other than Raltzero, who was translating Bu ni Mi at the time, then followed by Selutu and many others.
It was on September 21, 2016, that we had an encounter with HayateButler, who convinced us to move to a self-hosting site. It was then Silva’s Library had been renamed to Re:Library.
Re:Library had gone through its up and down since then, with most of the translators and authors going MIA in 2018. The site started gaining life again in late 2018 when Silva came back with a new project, the Demon Sword Maiden. And that was the start of Re:Library’s new legacy.
Project Gender Bender had been initiated in late July of 2019, and since then, new Gender Bender webnovels were steadily added to the shelves of Re:Library, starting with Dragon Princess, Female Knight & Dark Elf, and more to come.