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The Prolific Writer

The Prolific Writer is about writing fast, often, and well. Follow writer and publisher Ryan J. Pelton as he discusses processes and strategies for writing hundreds of thousands of words and sharing them with the world.

TPW podcast also interviews some of the most prolific writers in the world. Be inspired as they discuss their journey into writing, explore tips and tricks on the craft, and learn about the latest trends in publishing today.

Mar 16, 2018

Michael Bunker is a prolific Sci-Fi writer living off-off grid in Central Texas. After a successful book on living off grid Bunker tried his hand at fiction. As they say, the rest is history. In this interview Ryan and Michael discuss the ups and downs of indie publishing, why he chooses to live a "plain" or off-grid...

Mar 2, 2018

In this episode Ryan explores the role of faith in writing. Can Christians and people of faith write only "family friendly" books? Are people of faith supposed to only write for the church? What's the deal with Amish Romance? Listen in, as Ryan gives advice, tips, and direction for any person of faith considering...

Feb 9, 2018

Anna Sabino left the 9-5 on Wall Street to pursue her creative dreams. She not only did it, but wrote a book on how you can do it too. Anna and Ryan explore the balance of creativity and business, why keeping the day job is good, and much, much, more. You can find Anna Sabino and her latest book and resources:

Jan 19, 2018

Tim Spykstra is the founder and president of Oceans Ministries. A nonprofit with a mission to bring the Father's love to spiritual and physical orphans in Africa and around the world. Ryan and Tim discuss his entry into writing books and the challenges of breaking into the Christian publishing market. They also discuss...

Jan 5, 2018

We're back! In the first episode of 2018, Ryan discusses a writing goal most writers neglect. Instead of agonizing over word counts, books published, newsletter subscribes, fans, or royalties in the bank. Get back to what motivated your writing in the beginning: fun. 

David Foster Wallace...