Tom Freiling has been pioneering how books are published and distributed for nearly three decades. Today, he and his experienced team represent and publish emerging faith and cultural thought leaders, professional athletes, journalists, social influencers, and emerging voices in health, wellness, and recovery.
Leading inspirational books for readers who place value on their faith experience.
Thought-provoking books that challenge American culture and society toward freedom.
Innovative content by leading voices in health, wellness, abuse, suicide, and recovery.
- Zero VictimOctober 15, 2020
- Sea ChangeApril 19, 2021
- The Sin of PartialityMay 18, 2021
- Not Without My PetJuly 19, 2021
- No Free LunchAugust 4, 2021
- Practice Makes PermanentOctober 15, 2021
- The Great Economic DeceptionOctober 15, 2021
- L.E.T.S. LeadDecember 16, 2021
- Lessons From the EdgeDecember 16, 2021
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When I started publishing books nearly 30 years ago, there was a bookstore in every mall and practically on every corner. Much has changed since then, not only in how books are published but also how they are purchased and read.
But what hasn’t changed is that readers still expect books to be thoughtfully written, well-edited, with a specific audience in mind, and beautifully designed to capture their attention. You still have to be true to your reader.
At Freiling Publishing, the technology we use to make and sell a book is important, but our highest calling is to craft good books that influence, challenge, and inspire.
Tom Freiling has published thousands of titles, selling millions of copies, and a multitude of national best-sellers. He’s also a member of the John Maxwell Team.
Designed to be read aloud to very young children, up to 750 simple words.
Colorful but a bit more complex and for kids under age 8, up to 1,000 words.
Educational and up to 3,500 words, straight text and no color illustrations.
Books kids read by themselves, with more action and dialogue, up to 30,000 words.