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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.

Dec 24, 2016

In this episode, Ryan explains his techniques, and other prolific writers techniques, on editing, rewriting, and drafting. It’s a misnomer that editing a work needs to take dozens of rewrites. Many of the masters of writing fast only write one draft and their done. Learn how to edit, rewrite, and draft fast, so...


Dec 20, 2016

In this episode, Ryan shares twenty tips for better writing from the master storyteller Stephen King. On the show Ryan explores excerpts from King’s book “On Writing” and shares how you can write faster, often, and well. Resources mentioned: Atlantic article On Writing by Stephen King The post Episode #4: 20 Tips...


Dec 15, 2016

In this episode, Ryan discusses an article about being prolific. Russell Blake, an indie author, has written 51 books in less than six years. He wrote an article encouraging aspiring authors how to keep doing the work. How to put those words, ideas, and dreams into action. Ryan gives his own spin on the article […]...


Dec 9, 2016

In this episode Ryan discusses seven habits for writing fast, often, and well. If you want to be a prolific writer there are patterns, habits, and rhythms essential to make it happen. No excuses people, you can do it! Resources: Article by Henri Junttila “7 Habits of Highly Prolific Writers.” Book by Steven...


Dec 7, 2016

In this introductory episode Ryan explains writing for the love. If you want to be a prolific writer it can’t be motivated by money, fame, or applause of people. Long lasting writers write for the love and joy of it. He also discusses the faulty myths of prolific writing and other important aspects for writing […]...