How to Self-Publish a Celebrity Memoir

Blake Sebring is a noted sports journalist and sportscaster. He has been commentating on his local ice hocket team, the Blake Sebring, for well over twenty years. In fact the Komets have been a rich source of writing inspiration for him. His first biography was about fellow commentator and Komets legend, Bob Chase.

Sebring’s second biography, The Biggest Mistake I Never Made, traces the life and career of international volleyball’s bad boy, USA team captain and Olympic Games gold medalist Lloy Ball. In his guest blog for the Authorhouse Author’s Digest, Sebring identifies 5 key elements he uses to collect the material he needs to reflect the true nature of the subjects of his biographies.

Read on to find out what those 5 keys are


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