PRIVACY POLICY2018-12-28T18:44:28+02:00

Welcome to Luna Tree Publishing’s official privacy policy. And by Luna Tree Publishing I mean me, Maya Berger. I wear many hats up in here. I do the writing, the marketing, some web-mistressing.
And now I am doing my best to uphold all international standards of privacy so bear with me.

My home base on the inter webs is .
Which you know because you are here. If you have any questions about how Iam going to use any information you are kind enough
to share with me, you can always reach me at
But I hope to answer most of your questions here.

What personal data we collect and why we collect it?

At the moment, only an email address is required to sign up for my newsletter. I also ask for your first & last name, so we can be friendly, but those aren’t required. My newsletter is powered by
MailChimp & those people seem like they are totally on top of this privacy gig. If you want to know more about the nuts & bolts of how they operate in that area, though, here’s their privacy policy and terms –

I plan to use whatever information you provide for two purposes only:

1. Informational: “Guess what? I wrote a new book!”
2. Marketing purposes: “Free book!”

I will not sell or share your info with anybody else. But be aware that signing up for my newsletter means that you agree to this.

If you ever decide you don’t want to hear from me, there is an unsubscribe button at the bottom of every email. Just click it & you’ll never hear from me again. Or reach out to me at
and I’ll remove you personally.


When you leave a comment on this site, it collect the data shown in the comments form, and also your IP address and browser user agent string. This helps us figure out what is spam and
what is a legit book lover trying to connect.
An anonymised string created from your email address ( also called a hash ) may be provided to the Gravatar service to see if you are using it. The Gravatar service privacy policy is available
After approval of your comment, your profile picture is visible to the public in the context of your comment. So that’s happening in the background when you comment on a blog, just fyi.

And that would be all for now. Have a great day, don’t worry to much and be happy :))