I screwed up, okay?
I was just trying to be a good kid. Helping Mom move boxes, lugging the huge jugs of pennies that weigh like a million pounds, and packing it all in the truck.
Then I found the mystery box.
I make one wrong decision, and suddenly I’m stuck inside a game where monsters are real, and magic food is gross!
I’m fighting back against the bad guys. I’m making new friends. I feel myself getting braver, stronger, more powerful.
I’m going to get out, and I have a plan that’s sure to win.
I made things worse, okay?
I was learning how to play. Figuring out how to use my powers, how to work with my team, and searching for the best way to win the game.
Then I lost focus for just a second.
I make one wrong move, and suddenly I’m on a quest to save Evie from the most powerful monster alive.
I’m not giving up. I’ve got my other friends to help. I feel myself getting faster, smarter, more powerful.
I’m going to beat the odds, and I have a plan that’s sure to work.
It was me, okay?
I was on a winning streak. Everything was going my way and falling into place. All my friends were safe, and we were one step closer to victory.
Then I rang the doorbell.
I make one innocent mistake, and suddenly I’m sucked into a tiny mansion where nothing makes sense, and the werewolves are in charge.
I can figure this out. My friends are here by my side. I feel myself getting bolder, stronger, more creative.
I’m going to solve the puzzle, and I have a plan that’ll make my mom proud.
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Parents and Guardians
Your privacy is important to us and we do recognize the need to provide additional privacy protection for children. We encourage children to always check with their parents or guardians before entering information on any website or mobile application. We urge families to discuss their household guidelines regarding online sharing of personal information on this site or, for that matter, anywhere on the internet. We want everyone’s experience with our website to be a fun, positive, learning experience. We hope you find this Policy informative and easy to read.
What type of information do we collect on a child under 13?
We might collect an email address from your child under 13 without your consent, but only in the following circumstance:
If a child under 13 sends a request to us, then we may keep their email address long enough to respond to them. We delete this information from our system soon after we answer their question or request.
If, at any time, you do not want your child to receive an email newsletter or any electronic correspondence from Connor Grayson, simply click on the link provided in the email for removal or contact us at email@example.com. Upon proper identification, parents may review the personal information we have collected about their child, request deletion, or refuse to allow further collection or use by writing to us at:
PO Box 3268
Gilbert, AZ 85299
Attention: Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act
Please be sure to include your child's email address in your request. If you ask us to delete your child’s information, we will not be able to allow your child to participate in the portions of the website that require registration or contain special activities or privileges.
How do we use the information we collect?
We only use the personal and non-personal information we collect for the express purpose for which it was collected. For example, occasionally, and only after receiving consent prior to asking for information, we might email you or your child to provide information on upcoming Connor Grayson related products, website updates, book releases, special offers and promotions. If, at any time, you want to stop receiving such updates and product information from Connor Grayson, just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our emails will also include information or a link allowing you to ask to opt out of receiving such information in the future.
We may also disclose collected information where we are required to do so by law, for example, in response to a court order or subpoena, or where we disclose information to service providers who provide support for the operations of our website and do not use or disclose the information for any purpose. Furthermore, to the extent permitted by applicable law, we may disclose collected information to a law enforcement agency or other public agency (including schools or children services) in response to a request or if we feel that such disclosure may prevent the instigation of a crime, facilitate an investigation related to public safety or protect the safety of a child using our website, protect the integrity or security of our website, or enable us to take precautions against liability.
If we sell all or part of our business or make a sale or transfer of our assets or are otherwise involved in a merger or business transfer, we may transfer collected information to a third party as part of the transaction, to the extent permitted by law.
Do we share or provide information about you with others?
Except as described in this policy, we never share personal information that we receive online from children under 13 with other outside companies. We will remove your name from the list we provide to outside companies if you email us at email@example.com, and we will do the same for your teenager’s name if they request removal from the list. In special circumstances, Connor Grayson and his team may allow other company’s access to our personal information database. Such special circumstances may be necessary to allow access for providing maintenance to our database, software, servers or routers, for updating security, for helping to process and fill orders or requests, designing and/or operating special online features, tracking analytics, processing online subscription requests, enabling us to send you special offers, administering or fulfilling our sweepstakes, contests or promotions, or performing other administrative services. We may provide these vendors with access to user information, including a child’s personal information, to carry out the services they are performing for the child or for us. These third party vendors have access to the personal information needed to perform their functions and are obligated to maintain the confidentiality and security of that personal information. If we believe that anyone’s behavior on our site may damage us, our site or anyone else, we may disclose to the appropriate authorities the relevant personal information in order to prevent this harm. In that case, we may try to identify the wrongdoer, contact them or bring legal action against them. We may also disclose personal information if we believe that the disclosure is required by law, or in response to a proper legal request.
Do we ever collect information without consent?
When visitors come to our site, certain non-personally identifiable computer information may be passively collected. Such information may include, the user’s IP address, the web browser (e.g., Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari) being used, the frequency with which a visitor visits part of our web site, and information about the Internet Service Provider, in order to make our web site more interesting and useful to our users and for various reasons related to our business.
4510 E Banner Gateway Dr #3056
Mesa, AZ 85206
Attention: Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act
c at connorgrayson dot com