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Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2005/05/25 - The Freelance Writing Organization International (FWO-Int'l) of Toronto, Canada, has the honourable distinction of being named on Writer's Digest's Best Sites of the Year List - FWOIntl.com.
As of May, 2005 the FWO-Int'l has been recognized as an enormous and successful amassing of writing resource links and accumulated information vital to today's writers, authors, editors and publishers.
The announcement of the Best Site of the Year coincides with the 5th year anniversary of the FWO-Int'l and reaffirms the belief that the writing industry needs a centralized, easy-to-use, constantly updated system of resources to support the creative process. Something that only The Freelance Writing Organization International successfully provides without charge.
The FWO-Int'l hosts thousands of writing resources and writing links in a massive online database sectioned into 40+ genres. They are the publishers of the latest writers' "how-to" monthly ezine, Inkwell Newswatch (IN) Writing and Literary Ezine for Writers. Plus, the FWO-Int'l offers information on: funds for writers, job listings and employment opportunities, education, news, submission calls, agents, publishers, a research library and much more.
The Best Site of the Year Recognition joins an ever growing list of other awards that this exemplary web site has achieved over the years, including;
• Multiple Golden Web Awards
• a Diamond Web Award,
• Inscriptions Writer's Magazine Link Award,
• TuDogs Top Library Resource Rating,
• IAWMD Web Masters and Designers Award,
and a host of other honourable and nominated mentions.
The mission statement of this web site appears to be an enormous undertaking however, with Site Manager Rowdy Rhodes' direction and skilled hands-on management abilities, the FWO-Int'l is living up to its self-imposed obligation:
"To build the world's largest, free, online writing resource links database system available on the internet." Any mention you could give us in your specific form of media would be greatly appreciated. Interviews are welcomed.