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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.

Nov 30, 2021

Daniel Grothe is a writer, pastor, and musician from Colorado Springs, Colorado. He is a proud husband to Lisa, and has three amazing kids: Lillian, Wilson, and Wakley. Daniel has written a new book called: "The Power of Place: Choosing Stability in a Rootless Age." In this interview, Ryan and Daniel talk about the...


Nov 17, 2021

Samantha Hanni is a writer, blogger, and freelance editor. She has helped over 60 authors get their manuscripts ready for publication. In this episode, Ryan and Samantha explore what to look for in an editor, Samantha's reader-first approach to editing, the different kinds of editing, how to build a solid...


Nov 3, 2021

Vikrant Shaurya is the Founder/CEO of bestsellingbook.com. Over the years, Vikrant and his team have helped hundreds of authors write popular and bestselling books. In this episode, Ryan and Vikrant talk about how to write a winning outline, the elements of a bestselling book, why perfection is killing your writing,...


Oct 21, 2021

A native Missourian and US Air Force Veteran, Jason stays busy in both his professional and personal life. He's a devoted family man, has a day job he still enjoys, hosts a weekly podcast, and makes time to write anywhere, and everywhere that he can. He completed one of his books on his phone, sitting in the...


Oct 12, 2021

In this episode, Ryan explores the need for play in our work. Somewhere along the line we'll succumb to short term thinking, and forget about the long term reasons we create things. What does it mean to incorporate play, awe, and wonder into our work?

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