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  1. That was exactly what I was talking about earlier. It probably doesn't happen too often, but yeah. I'm glad Pixabay seems to be good with legit photos, though.
  2. I actually agree with Lynn, and I apologize for causing any worry or distress. I honestly just wanted to point that out because someone pointed that out to me on another writing forum, and I too got worried. But I'm so glad to know that Pixabay is for the most part safe to use. I use that site a whole lot, after all. And thanks for that link, Lynn!
  3. I've been using Pixabay for a few years now, and I never gave credit because I use the stock photos for cover design. I had no idea it was a professional courtesy, but that makes sense. Same with freeimages.com and a few others. 🤔 One thing that you have to be careful with is whether the submitted stock photo on any of those sites is even for legal use and not stolen or uploaded without permission, etc. It can be hard to know if that's ever the case, but I've definitely heard of it happening before. It's probably not super common, but still. Just something to think about. 👍
  4. I admit that I always feel irked when I don't see the Oxford comma being used, but that could just be OCD. Who knows? Either way, I'll always use the Oxford comma. 👍
  5. Wow, I didn't know about the Amish murder mysteries. That's definitely something I'd never expect to exist. I thought it was all just romance when it came to Amish stories. It's also interesting how many of those readers idealize the Amish life yet probably would never live it themselves.
  6. Darn, I actually did find a couple that were indie and didn't require agents, but that was many months ago. I didn't write them down only because most of my works are on the shorter end, and they all required longer works. There were only very few that I found, though. The rest of them typically do require agents. Actually, I do remember one of them! However, it's for dark Christian stories, so I'm not sure if that's what you even write. Here's the website just in case: https://www.monsterivy.com/ Good luck!
  7. I don't write Christian fantasy (at least not yet), but I have to agree with a lot of the others in that you should definitely consider focusing on a Christian audience, which is what I'm doing myself. I'm glad you created this thread because it seems like it's helped you a lot. I also enjoyed reading the replies.
  8. Sara Nicole, thank you so much for that post. Yes, it was very encouraging. I have a lot to learn still, but I suppose that's what plenty of us are here for you besides writing, to surround ourselves with others who follow or want to follow Christ. The more we're around each other, the more we learn and please God because of our Christian activity. Once again, thank you, and may God bless you!
  9. Welcome to the forum, and I hope you enjoy it here. God bless you, and Happy Writing!
  10. JukieJ, thank you very much. I appreciate that.
  11. suspensewriter, I appreciate that so much!
  12. Sarah Daffy, thank you! I definitely remember a few people here. William D'Andrea, amen!
  13. Claire Tucker, thank you! That's what's giving me the most hope, and I look forward to a life with God in it.
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