About Author Success
We've helped more than 15,000 non-fiction authors...
- Write better books than they could have on their own and get them published in ways that maximize their impact.
- Reach more readers and sell more books by landing major coverage on TV and radio, in print, and online for themselves, their books, and what they do.
- Establish themselves as experts in their field by coaching them to land high-profile speaking gigs, develop and sell online courses, and more!
Steve Harrison has helped 15,000+ non-fiction authors achieve new heights of influence and income
Author Success is the flagship brand of Bradley Communications Corp.
Founded in 1985 and named after the famous World War II general Omar Bradley, Steve and Bill Harrison's Bradley Communications in suburban Philadelphia provides a variety of publications, services and training events for authors, experts, entrepreneurs, non-profit organizations, public relations professionals, and others to help them score more media coverage.
The Harrison brothers and their team helped Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen launch the phenomenally bestselling Chicken Soup for the Soul series. They also helped get publicity for such New York Times bestselling books as Rich Dad Poor Dad and Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus.
Their clients have appeared on such leading national TV outlets as Oprah, The Today Show, Good Morning America, CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News, as well as in many major print publications and on countless radio shows and several popular podcasts.
Bradley Communications hosts the National Publicity Summit, a conference during which attendees have the chance to learn from and personally meet top journalists and producers.
All told, Bradley Communications has helped more than 15,000 non-fiction authors promote their books as guests on radio and TV talk shows — more than any PR firm on the planet.
About Our Principals, Steve and Bill Harrison
Steve Harrison is the chief instructor for most Author Success training programs. A graduate of Davidson College, Steve was first bitten by the media bug in high school while working as a freelance writer for the local newspaper.
A 2:44 marathoner in his younger days, today Steve’s running around is mostly limited to the tennis court. Steve has been happily married for more than 30 years to his wife, Laura.
Bill Harrison is Bradley Communications' CEO, overseeing day-to-day operations, marketing, and strategic partnerships. A graduate of Haverford College, Bill began his career as a freelance photojournalist and covered such notables as Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, and others. His photos appeared in Newsweek and Gannett Newspapers, and on the United Press International wire service.
In 1997, Bill did a 3,000-mile solo bicycle ride across America, from California to Florida. A voracious reader, he is incapable of driving past a bookstore without going in and buying many more books than he should... much to the dismay of his wife, Deby.
Senior Instructors and Coaches
Jack Canfield is co-creator of the mega-bestselling Chicken Soup for the Soul series, with over 500 million books in print worldwide. Between that series and his other books, such as The Success Principles, Power of Focus and The Aladdin Factor, Jack has launched 47 different books to the New York Times Best Seller List, including ten books which hit #1 on the Times list.
A featured teacher in the movie The Secret, Jack has appeared on Oprah, The Today Show, CNN and over 1,000 other radio/TV programs worldwide. Jack is also CEO of the Canfield Training Group, founder of the Transformational Leadership Council, and a highly sought-after speaker who shares his inspiring message with audiences around the world.
His success as an author positively impacted Jack's life in so many ways that today he's on a mission to encourage and help others become successful authors. He lives with his wife, Inga, in Santa Barbara, California.
Debra Englander is a writer, editor and book coach based in New York. She has more than 30 years' experience in the publishing industry.
As an editor for major publishers Macmillan and John Wiley & Sons, Debra has been behind the curtain of 17 bestselling non-fiction books, including 9 that hit the New York Times Best Seller List. She has also edited Wall Street Journal bestsellers and a number of "Amazon Best of the Year" titles.
A serious runner, Debra has completed several marathons.
Geoffrey Berwind is considered one of the foremost experts on using the power of real-life storytelling to influence, connect with, and inspire customers and audiences.
An accomplished actor, Geoffrey founded a Philadelphia-area live theater and managed it for four years. He co-created the award-winning outdoor storytelling program Once Upon A Nation for Historic Philadelphia, Inc. He has also been a creative consultant for the National Park Service and NASA.
On the board of directors of the Wharton Esherick Museum and the Wayne Oratorio Society, Geoffrey loves spending time at his “River House” in Upper Bucks County, Pennsylvania.