How You Can Unleash Your Writing Power

    unleash your writing power

    Do you want to unleash your writing power?

    Seems like a dumb question.

    After all, every aspiring writer wants to tap into their hidden talent.

    Even just a few years ago, aspiring writers were forced to get an agent and attract a publisher before getting their words out there.

    But the online revolution has empowered writers to be their own agent and publisher.

    From blogging to self-publishing, writers now have direct access to their audience.

    The inspiring video below is a conversation with passionate writer, T.O. Weller of

    She talks about  how the online revolution has helped to unleash her writing power and has empowered her to make her writing dreams come true.

    Watch the video and find out how you too can become the writer you were meant to be.

    Writing power is about releasing the words within you

    As you can see, the online revolution has made a huge difference to Tracey.  When she found a way to find an audience online, it boosted her writing power.

    I think that many writers haven’t yet understood how important it is to create an online platform as a pathway to finding their readers.

    When we published The Great Writing Challenge a short while ago, over 600 people commented and joined the Challenge. (You can still join, by the way).

    Every one of these 600 people has a writing dream that has gathered dust on a shelf for a long time. Now it’s time to make writing dreams come true. And the online revolution has empowered readers to get their words out there and find an audience.

    How about you? What are your thoughts about this?

    About the author

      Mary Jaksch

      Mary Jaksch is best known for her exceptional training for writers at and for her cutting-edge book, Youthful Aging Secrets. In her “spare” time, Mary is also the brains behind, a Zen Master, a mother, and a 5th Degree Black Belt.

    • yes every one wants to tap into their hidden talent and while writing is not an easy task we sometimes get disheartened by it, but i must say this video is as inspiring as the writer you are.

    • Hey that was great to read. Thanks for the great post .Loved every part of it.

    • All things considered, nothing I can say except for incredible! I trust you’ll make more helpful articles in the up and coming days.

    • Thanks for sharing this blog its very informative and useful for us .

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    • Very efficiently written information. It will be beneficial to anyone who uses it, as well as me. Keep up the good work – looking forward to more posts.

    • TO it was great help and booster as well to keep on writing. Especially for the beginner like me.

    • Awesome tips and blog for writers . Thanks for encouragement and improving writing power.

    • I love this.It’s great to hear from established writers.

    • I once heard an interesting presentation from a famous writer saying that she didn’t believe that the ideas came from her and that ideas come to writers from somewhere and they just need to be the one to put the pen to paper.

    • Great post with strong message. Thanks

    • Article that you had shared with us is useful for us. Talked about different conceptual views.

    • Gwen says:

      TO Inspired me to keep going. Thanks for the encouragement.

    • I love writing and expressing my thoughts. I appreciate TO’s sharing her vast experience.

    • LOVED this, ladies!

    • Marleen says:

      I love this.It’s great to hear from established writers.But even better to hear from one whose on their way up.It motivates and inspires you.The journey is not easy and knowing that other people have experienced what your going through keeps you motivated.Love the honesty TO portrays.Very inspirational.

      • Thank you so much Marleen!
        In the end, creating connection is something we writers aspire to, so I can’t tell you how pleased I am that the interview did that for you. It helps a lot when we know we’re not alone on the journey, doesn’t it?

    • Fiona says:

      Really enjoyed this interview, Mary. I appreciate TO’s encouragement for new writers to trust their own voice. This is a key piece, especially for beginner writers.

    • What a great idea to interview a writer who is still on her way up! You are right, Mary, when you say in your email that we tend to forget the journey after we’ve arrived. I appreciate TO’s honesty about the struggles.

      Thank you, Mary and TO!

    • Thanks for inviting me to do this interview with you Mary. It was a lot of fun … and if anyone had told me 5 years ago that I’d be on your blog doing a video interview, I would’ve scoffed.

      Once again, it just shows that you never know if you don’t put yourself out there … and it’s never too late to try!

    • TO has shared some feelings that I have experienced. As a beginning writer I really appreciate her insights as she outlines some of the trials she faced.

      Thanks for this, Mary.

      • Dave, I’m glad you enjoyed it and it resonated for you.

    • Indeed it is never too late to write. I am 75 years young & both love & fear my writing. Thanks for the interview video, and the inspiration injection. What is it that I fear? Strange but I fear i wouldn’t have the energy to handle success … but I suppose success would give the jolt of “personal power” to do the marketing that is required. Now I’ heading over to TO Weller’s blog. Thanks for catching the URL mistake, M.

    • Mark Warner says:

      I think you have the wrong website URL listed for your guest. It’s not “” Instead, it’s “” You probably should correct this, as I spent five minutes noodling around until I realized the mistake, and I suspect many of your readers will try once or twice and then give up.

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