absolutewrite.com: Provides valuable information for the freelancer, including recommended resources and writing classes.
acj.edu.au/courses/writing-and-communication/: The Australian College of Journalism (ACJ) is a part of Open Colleges, a partner of North Coast TAFE Institute of Australia, that offers flexible specialised writing and media-related training for more than 25 years.
translate.google.com: Assists in foreign language translation.
freelancewritinggigs.com: A lengthy listing of freelance jobs.
guru.com: A matchmaker for freelancers and clients, with project listings.
johnnyjet.com: Dubbed the “ultimate travel Web site.”
masterfreelancer.com: An online Web store for writing, research and editing needs.
photosecrets.com: A site full of – you guessed it – “photo secrets” and travel photography books.
publaw.com: Covers copyrighting and trademark issues.
refdesk.com: Describes itself as “the fact checker for the Internet.” Features timely reference resources and links to countless dictionaries, all free.
sunoasis.com: Has job listings, freelance opportunities and writer resources.
templateready.com: Professionally designed PowerPoint templates ready for download, plus a PowerPoint tutorial – all the tools to make a great looking PowerPoint presentation with ease.
travelwriters.com: Noted as a resource for travel writers, editors and pr consultants, including available press trips.
writershelpdesk.com: A useful Web site for authors, filled with links, reports and helpful advice. Has self-publishing and writing resources.
writersmarket.com: Site shares where and how to sell your work.
www.writing-world.com: A site of value to the book author and the freelance writer.