Season’s Greetings from The Bandwagon!

It's the most wonderful time of the year! I love yuletide, my word of choice for this time of year. Bringing the outside in, getting together with friends and family, and sharing good food and laughter. There's nothing quite like it. Whatever you do this December, I want to wish you a very happy festive [...]

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Best Books of 2017

December is here, yay! It's almost Christmas, and 2018 is just around the corner. So it's time for The Bandwagon's best books of 2017! As usual, I've read some absolutely brilliant books this year. It's always difficult to pick a favourite, so I've picked my top 10 books of 2017. The only theme I can [...]

Sand&Sky: A miracle product from Australia

If you haven't seen Sand&Sky advertised on social media, where have you been?! Crawl out from under that rock of yours, and grab yourself a tub of this miracle face mask. Whenever I products being celebrated as a miracle product, I tend to turn my nose up. It's a big claim to make, but if [...]

My Cruelty Free Journey: Cosmetics

I've been meaning to go cruelty free for years. It's one of those things that I've always been intending to do - testing on animals is abhorrent, and so unnecessary in this day and age - but when it came to it, I never followed through. So this time, I took it seriously. I started [...]

The Battle For ‘Ms’: Why are we so obsessed with titles?

Titles. For some reason, Brits think they're incredibly important - especially when it comes to women. But why are we so obsessed with determining whether a woman is married or not? The above picture outlines the conversation I had this afternoon with a customer service agent while attempting to renew my car insurance. He was [...]

S.N. Lemoing talks about the problem of finding a book cover

As an indie author, I have to do a lot of things by myself, and finding a good cover is one of our worst nightmares - unless you're skilled at graphic design. For those of us who aren’t, we have some solutions: pre-made covers which can be affordable, or attempting photomontage.  As I write about [...]

The Handmaid’s Tale: Heart of glass

The Handmaid's Tale hit our screens in the UK on Channel 4 three weeks ago, several weeks behind the US. Please note, there will be spoilers for the first three episodes below. Proceed with caution. In Gilead, women are ranked on how useful they are to society. If they're fertile, they become a Handmaid, subjected [...]