Professional Writers Association Announces Launch of Web Site

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The Professional Writers Association is now online at, with the launch of their new site. The site will provide tips, tools and articles for professional writers.

The Professional Writers Association announces the debut of their Web site. The site is the online hub for a professional association that caters to those who are writers and those who are working to become writers. It features a members-only area where members can take advantage of writing-related articles, resources, a discussion forum, videos, and more.

"The association and site have one mission in mind, and that is to support the professional writer," explains Jacqueline Bodnar, founder of the Professional Writers Association ( "Members can network, find tips and tools to assist them, and stay informed through a monthly newsletter. Being a part of the group puts you one step closer to success in the field. We help guide you to where you want to be."

Membership in the Professional Writers Association is offered on a yearly basis and is open to all current writers and those striving to become one. The group welcomes both fiction and nonfiction writers, especially those engaged in article writing, grant writing, white papers, Web writing, copywriting, corporate communications, public-relations writing, and more. The information on the PWA Web site is geared mainly toward the freelance writer, but is also useful for those who are not self-employed. Now that the group has a site, they plan to offer online writing courses, as well, in the upcoming year.

New members will also receive an e-book on freelance writing, to help get them started or to take their career to the next level. This exclusive network of professional writers aims to inspire, connect, and promote learning and sharing about the field. The organization's mission is to support standards in the profession and to provide writers with the tips, tools and information they need to earn a professional wage in the field and find freelance writing jobs.

"Freelance writing can be a lonely field," adds Bodnar. "Joining a professional association like ours is one way to stay connected and keep up with what is going on in the freelance writing world."

About the Professional Writers Association:
The Professional Writers Association is a resource and support group for professional writers. The group was started by Jacqueline Bodnar, owner of the copywriting business Bodnar Ink ( Members receive access to exclusive areas of the site and receive a monthly newsletter with information on the field. For more information, visit the Web site at


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