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In the newest edition of The Hot Sheet from Porter Anderson and Jane Friedman, we've pulled together some of the headline-worthy developments at Amazon this week to be sure you know what you need on the changes. Our first item looks at the loss of Kindle Scout and the debut of Great on Kindle — including a comment from Amazon exclusively provided to The Hot Sheet. We also look at news from the UK: London Book Fair is on the horizon, and publishers reveal their gender pay gaps.
Here's a look at our table of contents for this edition of The Hot Sheet, a private, bi-weekly newsletter for both trade and indie authors, full of the expert industry analysis writers need with "no drama, no hype," as our slogan puts it:
• More Evolution in Amazon’s Offerings for Independent Authors
• Smashwords Partners with Findaway Voices
• GDPR: What Authors Need to Know
• Pay Gap Revelations in the UK
• London Book Fair Solidifies Its Leadership in Author Programming
• Links of Interest
• Hot Sheet Index
• Upcoming Events Where You’ll Find Us
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