Privacy is an important here at My Stories. This site is devoted sharing my musings on the writing process, book reviews, and topics that are on my mind. Here are a few things to keep in mind when visiting this site.
IP Addresses, Email Addresses, Website URLs In The Comments:
If you decide to post a comment on this site, it will display your email address and IP address to the site administrator. Also, your url address will be displayed, if you decide to provide this information in your comment. Your website url will also be displayed to those viewing the website, when and if your comment is approved, but your name and email address will be hidden from public view. This information is used by the site administration to determine if a comment should be sent to the spam file, or if it is an on topic comment that should be displayed on our website. We love to give a link back to legitimate websites who link to us in the comments, but we will send all self-promotional and off topic comments to the spam file. Please keep this in mind when considering the comments you post on this blog. All info provided by those making comments remains confidential for the purposes of the site administrator approving or disapproving comments, and will never be shared with third parties.
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