Privacy Policy


Last updated on 12 December 2018.

Due to being a small hobby imprint, we don't have many resources to dedicate to legal council and compliance. Nevertheless, we are committed to comply with the various privacy regulations, explaining ourselves in plain English.

Our Commitment

We are committed to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other privacy regulations by controlling & collecting as little personally identifiable information about you as possible.

We have attempted, to the best of our capabilities, to delete data obtained prior to GDPR.

Data Processors

This website is hosted on, which is one of our data processors. You can read the data processing policy of Squarespace here:

We also use Youtube to host videos. Youtube is a Google site. Google's privacy policy can be found here:

We use Medium to post blogs outside of our website.
You can read their privacy policy here:

We use Draft2Digital for publishing our books.
You can read their privacy policy here:

We use Toneden to link our albums to different music services.
You can read their privacy policy here:

We use Distrokid to distribute our albums to services like Spotify.
You can read Distrokid's privacy policy here:

We use Zoho as our email provider.
You can read their privacy policy here:

We use various social media as well.
Twitter's privacy policy:
Goodreads' privacy policy:


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When you send us an email, we will be able to see your email address, name, the content of that email, and some other metadata (to my knowledge inevitably part) of the most commonly used mailing protocols. As mentioned earlier, our email data processor is Zoho.

You can read how Zoho's mail service endeavours to be GDPR compliant here:

The email account's access is secured utilizing various security measures. For the sake of security, we cannot divulge the specifics, as this would make it easier for hackers to figure out how to circumvent our security.

Hopefully, everything is now clear about how we at BatWhaleDragon are committed to respect your privacy.

If you still have questions about privacy and/or suggestions on how we can improve our privacy policy, do contact us at