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The Prolific Writer is about writing fast, writing often, and writing well. Follow writer and publisher Ryan Pelton as he discusses processes and strategies for writing hundreds of thousands of words and sharing them with the world. TPW podcast will also interview fellow writers and discuss their tips and tricks on the craft of writing and share advice on latest trends in publishing.

The Prolific Writer ryan j. pelton

    • Arts
    • 4.7, 53 Ratings

The Prolific Writer is about writing fast, writing often, and writing well. Follow writer and publisher Ryan Pelton as he discusses processes and strategies for writing hundreds of thousands of words and sharing them with the world. TPW podcast will also interview fellow writers and discuss their tips and tricks on the craft of writing and share advice on latest trends in publishing.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
53 Ratings

53 Ratings

FroggyButler ,

Gives actionable tips!

Awesome podcast! I appreciate that Ryan and his guests give actionable tips instead of merely speaking in theory (such as, here’s 10 things to try in order to write more vs. You should make time to write more). And as a romance writer, I’m so glad he has had many romance writer guests!

Sammy Doggo ,

Annoying bias

He seems to try, but there’s still an undercurrent of looking down his nose at romance/erotica. I’m not surprised by this since he’s a “Christian author”.

Amaaaazed ,

I want to like this

I gave three stars because I think the host is trying to put on a good podcast to help fellow authors, but even that is too high. There is something about his style that makes it impossible for me to keep listening. It takes him so long to say anything. Even the intro takes so long. Do you have to list every possible place people might be listening? Just like when he asks the guests questions. He asks the question and then gives a bunch of hypothetical answers. Just let the guest speak. I feel like there are good interesting kernels of information but I just can’t get through all the useless words to wait for it. I didn’t rate lower because want to actually hurt the ratings, but I wanted to offer a constructive criticism. I think it would be a much better listening experience if you just got to whatever it is you want to say. Just like the little motivational snippets. You “tease” what you’re going to say for so long that I literally no longer care by the time you get there.

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