We could write a lot of legal mumbo jumbo here, but here is the plain truth:
We will not reveal your personal information to anyone, ever.

We do, however, allow Google Analytics to track
the number of new visitors to our website.  Google may use
cookies to determine where visits to Science Fiction Romance originate (which
websites provide the links clicked to reach Science Fiction Romance), and
which pages are visited while on our site. If you do not want Google
Analytics to track your page views, please turn off cookies in your

In addition, Google Adwords tracks visitors who visit this site. Google does this by placing a cookie in a visitor's computer. Google does not, however, collect or
track any personally identifying information or reveal individual information to third parties.

You can prevent cookies from being placed in your computer by adjusting your
Internet browser's user preference settings.

This website also uses Google’s remarketing code. This means that Third party vendors, including Google, show our ads (and those of our partner websites), on sites on the internet. Third party vendors, including Google, use cookies to serve ads based on a user’s prior visits to this website. Basically, this means a cookie is placed in your browser when you visit certain pages of this website. That cookie tells Google which of our ads (for this website, and those of our partner websites) to display to you, the user, as you visit other sites on the internet.

You may opt out of Google’s use of cookies by visiting Google’s advertising opt-out page.

For more information on how Google and/or Google Adwords tracks visitors
to this site, please read a copy of Google's privacy policy, which is as follows
(this information was copied and pasted from Google's
Privacy Policy page):

How does Google handle personal data?

“Google is firmly committed to the privacy of our advertisers
and users. While Google does add a cookie to a user's computer
when he/she clicks on an ad, this cookie expires in 30 days, and
Google does not associate a user's search activity with his/her
ad click history. Further, Google does not collect or track
personally identifying information, and does not reveal
individual information to third parties.”

“Users who do not wish to participate in tracking activities
can easily disable Google's conversion tracking cookie in their
Internet browser's user preferences settings. These users will
not be included in your conversion tracking statistics.”

To learn more, please read Google's privacy policy.


In addition, this website is a member of the Amazon Affiliates program. “ is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to”

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