Why do I collect data from you?
I gather and use certain information about you in order to:
respond to your requests for information (e.g. my availability or a quote for editorial services).
allow me to contact you while an editing project is ongoing.
better understand how visitors use this website.
What information do I collect from you?
I collect the following minimal information, but only if you provide it intentionally:
Information regarding your project (e.g. word count, genre, description of work, etc.)
How do I use this data?
The data I collect is used as follows:
To contact you in response to your inquiry, project, or booking.
For my internal accounting processes (so I can invoice you via email) and so that I am compliant with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) should it request an audit.
I will never use this data for marketing or promotion purposes without getting your permission first (for example, to publish your testimonial on my website).
A cookie is a small file placed on your computer’s hard drive. It enables my website to identify your computer as you view different pages on my website. Wix.com, my website host, uses essential cookies to make my website run properly.
Cookies do not provide me with access to your computer or any information about you other than that which you elect to share with me.
How do I collect your personal data?
I collect and store minimal information via the following forms:
I will never lease, distribute, or sell your information to third parties unless you give me written permission to do so, or I am required to do so by law.
How do I store your personal data?
The minimal information I collect is stored on the following data servers:
How long do I keep your data?
Because many of my clients work with me more than once, I do not delete data unless specifically requested to do so. The IRS requires me to keep records for at least 7 years after the relevant tax year.
Will you share my data, and to whom?
I will not share your data with anyone, unless you request that I do so in writing, or the IRS elects to audit my business.
If you would like to delete or amend any personal information I have about you, you are welcome to contact me at email@example.com.