Dr. B’s book-signing featured at Campus Store of Washington University in St. Louis for Faculty/Staff Appreciation Pre-Christmas sale on November 28, 2012.



Dr. B in Action

Dr B. enjoying a favorite sport

Dr. B. and one of his granddaughters carving up the turkey at Thanksgiving

Dr. B conducting one of his seminars.

Dr. B with his two sons-in-law and grandsons

Dr. B’s The Big Ten of Grammar at BookExpo America (BEA) June, 2012


Paperback edition of The Big Ten of Grammar, one of ten books featured by Beaufort Books at the Book Exposition of America, New York City, June 2012.

Dr. B. at BookExpo America (BEA) May 26-27, 2010


Dr. Bradshaw signing books

BookExpo America (commonly referred to within the book publishing industry as BEA) is North America’s largest annual gathering of book-trade professionals.   Nearly all significant book publishers in the United States, and many from abroad, have booths and exhibits at BEA and use this book trade fair as an opportunityto showcase upcoming titles, sell current books, socialize and do business with colleagues from other publishing houses, etc.  BEA 2010 was held in New York City, as it will be in 2011.


In line for Dr. Bradshaw’s book signing

Official verified attendance for this year’s event was released in June.  The figures represent the actual number of people who attended BEA 2010 from every constituent base.  The total number of verified industry professionals in attendance was 21,919.  This figure includes 8,047 exhibitors and 13,872 non-exhibitor participants (such as authors, buyers, press, film and TV production personnel, etc.).  The number of registered visitors was 27,211.

To hear Dr. Bradshaw interviewed at BEA 2010 by Les Shapiro, popular co-host on radio AM 1510 in Denver, Colorado, turn to Dr. Bradshaw’s Podcast on the “Media” page of this Web site, under “For the Media.”

Dr. and Mrs. Bradshaw at BEA

One of the most popular features of the BEA is the opportunity to meet authors one-on-one and have them sign copies of their books.  About 500 authors of varying degrees of popularity and experience and representing a full spectrum of topic areas were at BEA 2010.