Richie is a best selling, multi- award winning author & illustrator with accolades that spread across writing & entrepreneurship. He has written a new middle grade fiction series, Maddy & Cole, for The Omnibus Publishing. See full press release here.
St. Martin’s Press calls Richie Frieman, “A modern day Renaissance man” – an apt description for one of the most diverse and unusual careers in a young man of 38 including a professional artist, author, illustrator, inventor, and even as an eight-year career as a professional wrestler. An author of six books, he is a best-selling and award winning author, with books spanning multi-genres. St. Martin’s Press commissioned Frieman to write a book about professional etiquette in the office place. The result is, Reply All…And Other Ways to Tank Your Career which is now available worldwide, on the shelves of all major booksellers, in print, ebook, and audio formats. Reply All… debuted on September 17, 2013 and has since become an Amazon.com BEST SELLER, reaching #1 in three different categories; #1 in Business Etiquette (its main market), #1 in Business Lifestyle and #1 Self-Help & Psychology Humor (even surpassing “Dilbert”, “Anchorman”, “Diary of A Wimpy Kid” and “The Last Lecture”). Interestingly enough, he’s actually one of the – if not the – youngest person in the manners and etiquette book categories to become a best seller. His 2012 children’s picture book, Terple – Always Dream bigger, is the 2012 winner of the Gellett Burgess Award for Best Poetry and Rhyme book, as well as winning the 2012 Children’s Literary Classics for Best First Picture Book/Early Reader. He’s appeared live on numerous radio and TV shows, including MSBNC and FOX News Entertainment. His advice has been featured in Time Magazine, Money Magazine, Forbes Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur Magazine, Huffington Post, Fast Company, USA Today, Fox Business News, FHM, Publishers Weekly, Parade, Sharp Magazine, Shape Magazine, MO.com, HOW, The Baltimore Sun, Baltimore’s Child, Patch.com, The MRKETPlace, The Daily Journal, Baltimore Examiner, just to name a few. For more on Richie, visit www.richiefrieman.com.