Ask The Author: Theresa Braun

Author Theresa Braun chats to The Bandwagon about her writing process. Theresa Braun was born in St. Paul, Minnesota and has carried some of that hardiness with her to South Florida where she currently resides with her two fur babies, who are her creative sidekicks. She enjoys delving into creative writing, painting, photography and even [...]

Author Interview: Vikki Patis — Observant Raven Book Reviews

Vikki Patis is a writer and blogger at The Bandwagon, where she reviews books, interviews authors, and gives her opinions on a wide variety of topics, from feminism to fibromyalgia. Vikki dropped by to talk about her new short story collection, Weltanschauung. What inspired you to start writing? This is the typical answer, I know, […] [...]

The Bandwagon’s Books of 2016: David

2016 has been a fantastic year for books. We’ve been spoiled for choice here at The Bandwagon, with countless excellent review books and amazing debuts. Now it’s nearly over, so we’ve made a list of our favourite books of the year. Here are David’s picks of 2016. A Living Grave by Robert Dunn The first in [...]

Codename Cupcake by Jillian Green DiGiacomo

I review Codename Cupcake by Jillian Green DiGiacomo. CODENAME CUPCAKE is an old fashioned suburban turned superhero spy novel. It is the story of Molly Peterson, a frazzled mother of two, who is recruited by a super spy agency to infiltrate the PTA at her son's elementary school. A staunch PTA avoider, Molly is disappointed to [...]

Ask The Author: E.E. Bertram

Author E.E. Bertram speaks to The Bandwagon about her debut novel, November Fox. E.E. Bertram (Esther Bertram) is an author, musician & media artist. Her dedication, creative mind, and technical skill set enable her to create innovative and original expressions, combining wisdom and fantasy, to assist her life’s mission – “To inspire wonder and growth.” [...]

Jump on the Gilmore Girls Bandwagon!

So you've probably heard that Gilmore Girls is coming back next month. What? You haven't?! That's some serious rock you've been living under.  For those of us in the know, we are so. bloody. excited. A Year In The Life will air globally on November 25th on Netflix, and will feature all our favourites - [...]

The Patriots of Mars by Jeff Faria

James McStravick reviews The Patriots of Mars by Jeff Faria. In 2231, twenty-five billion people walk the Earth. Few lack basic food and shelter. Energy is cheap and abundant. A vast army of 'bots serves our every need. And those who can afford to do so might live forever. To some, it is a golden age. [...]

Brb, getting married

As you may know, I'm getting married on 21st September! For this reason, I will be 'out of the office' between Saturday 17th September and the 1st of October. Please feel free to send requests to during that time, but please do be aware that I may not respond until after the 1st of October. [...]

Militant Feminism: Never Give Up The Fight

This afternoon, after a lunch break spent in this gorgeous September sunshine, a colleague called me over to her desk. "We've had a message sent to the business Facebook page," she said, and I immediately knew what it was going to be about. The day before, I'd been arguing with a guy about tampon tax [...]

Local Girl Missing by Claire Douglas

I review Local Girl Missing by Claire Douglas. Twenty years ago 21-year-old Sophie Collier vanishes one night. She leaves nothing behind but a trainer on the old pier - and a hole in the heart of her best friend Francesca. Now A body's been found. And Francesca's drawn back to the seaside town she's tried [...]