The Trifecta Review
In the publishing world, credible endorsements are hard to come by, and limited to the world of industry literati. However, what was once only accessible to writers under the traditional publishing model is now within the reach.
Lulu is pleased to offer our Trifecta Review; an opportunity to have your book critiqued by three of the industry’s renowned reviewers, to provide an honest, unbiased assessment of your work.
A seal of approval from any one of these professionals can create the kind of attention your book needs. Elevate your book’s integrity and standing to new heights with the Trifecta Review.
- Kirkus Indie - Standard Service
Having been a fixture in the industry for more than 70 years, Kirkus Reviews—known as the world’s toughest book critics—is a bastion of literary excellence, operating as gatekeepers that assists readers, booksellers, libraries, online retailers, and library-service companies in determining which books to sell, stock, or include in their databases. Originally catering only to traditional imprints, it has now expanded and includes in its offerings Kirkus Indie, giving self-published authors access to the same unparalleled expert evaluations.
- Clarion Review-for-Fee
ForeWord Magazine, a trade journal established in 1998 with the tagline “Reviews of Good Books Independently Published,” brings to center stage upcoming books from small, independent, or university presses, as well as self-published books, giving these books the platform to attract the kind of media attention that books from large traditional publishing houses usually get.
- Blueink Basic Review
Blueink Reviews, the brainchild of an internationally known literary agent and an award-winning former book review editor, was created with a specific purpose: to respectfully and professionally find and celebrate the best of self-published books. With their vast and in-depth experience and background in traditional publishing, both have put together a roster of carefully vetted, independent critics who will present authors with thorough, honest, and objective appraisals.
What You Need to Know:
Get the honest, unbiased critique your book needs – from three trusted sources.