plural noun: compilations
1. the action or process of producing something, especially a list, book, or report, by assembling information collected from other sources.
There are now over 200 titles in the “Chicken Soup” series, each one made up of stories from people that inspire readers globally. The books have sold over 112 million copies in 40 languages. That is an amazing book series! People can submit stories from their own experience and can be featured in the books if selected by a panel of reviewers and editors.
“Chicken Soup for the Soul” series - Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen
“Secrets of… Exposed” Series - Dale Beaumont
Dale is an inspirational entrepreneur and his “Secrets of” series. His winning formula is to have certain questions answered by all participants in the book. They also have a resource page where you can learn more about the individuals involved. Dale has also made his books into a brilliant online resource offering interviews with some of the top coaches, leaders and authors in the world. There is a free 21 day trial of his membership site where you can get access to ALL the “Secrets of” books as well as audio, video and downloads on topics like personal development, internet marketing and inspirational success stories. I have just watched a fantastic video of Richard Branson talking about his business and his life - he is one inspirational man!
When you sign up for our compilation services, you'll enjoy an easy, fast and most affordable way to share your story with the world. Below are 2 examples of a compilation book.