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The Prolific Creator

The Prolific Writer is about writing fast, often, and well. Follow writer and publisher Ryan Pelton as he discusses processes and strategies for writing, editing, publishing, and marketing your books. 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 the publishing today.

Sep 29, 2017

Rachael Herron dreamed of writing for a living. Chose the typical path of writing degree in college (MFA), worked a day job, and wrote on the side. But after seventeen years of emergency services and writing on the side... everything changed. Rachael was able to leave one job for the work she dreamed about doing as...

Sep 26, 2017

In this installment of Micro Monday's Ryan explains one of the most overlooked keys to writer success. A simple idea, yet, one most writers ignore for shortcuts and quick wins.  

Sep 22, 2017

Sean Platt a fixture in the indie writing community stops by the show. From his breakout serialized dystopian hit Yesterday's Gone with writing partner Dave. How about popular Sci-Fi hits The Beam and Alien Invasion with his other writing partner Johnny? Not to mention their popular show the Self Publishing podcast and...

Sep 18, 2017

In this installment of Micro Monday's, Ryan explores the five benefits for writing books. You might want to write for money and fame. But maybe, just maybe, there are greater reasons to write and publish.

Prolific Writer Takeaways:

  1. Authority/Expertise
  2. Opens Doors of Opportunity
  3. Scratch Your Creative Itch
  4. Scratch Your...

Sep 15, 2017

Every writer deals with fear and self doubt. In this episode, Ryan interviews prolific and international bestselling author Joanna Penn. She explains how mindset is what allowed her to leave a suffocating day job and build a writing and publishing empire. Regardless of where you are in your writing journey Joanna...