Introducing: Rarity from the Hollow by Robert Eggleton

The Bandwagon introduces Rarity from the Hollow by Robert Eggleton, a science fiction masterpiece that will make you laugh and cry in equal measure. Content warning. Rarity from the Hollow describes child abuse and murder. Lacy Dawn's father relives the Gulf War, her mother's teeth are rotting out, and her best friend is murdered by the [...]


The Wish by Bill Griffin

I review The Wish: The 99 Things We Think We Want Most by Bill Griffin. Just over 1,000 days ago, Bill Griffin launched Crowdwish, a website and app with a single proposition - it simply asked people what three things they thought they wanted most. Wishes poured in from all over the world, with the site [...]

Introducing The Good Dictator I: The Birth of an Empire by Gonçalo JN Dias

The Bandwagon introduces The Good Dictator I: The Birth of an Empire by Gonçalo JN Dias, one of the most popular books of 2016 in Portugal, now with an English translation. There’s an object parked on the moon, but curiously, the unfolding of the story does not take place in New York, but rather, in [...]

UK Blog Awards 2017

From today, you can vote for The Bandwagon in the UK Blog Awards 2017! In 2014, I started this blog to provide myself with a place to write. Sounds simple enough, right? But the act of simply writing down your thoughts, and putting them out there for the world to read, can be a courageous [...]

The Bandwagon Jumps On Patreon

The Bandwagon has officially launched its Patreon page! Now you can pledge to support your favourite blog, and help us to keep creating current & engaging content. 2016 has a been a wild, rollercoaster ride, with amazing highs and serious lows. The Bandwagon has increased its readership exponentially, we've branched out to include posts about [...]

Guest Blog: Read About Jim Webster’s Woman In Love

Author Jim Webster jumps on The Bandwagon to tell you all about his Woman In Love. I had a cunning plan once. Whenever you publish a new book you get this little jump in all your sales. So if I published more often I’d get this boost more often. But I cannot write three books [...]

#ISpeakForPain: Supporting The National Pain Strategy

As someone who was recently diagnosed with - but has been suffering from - Fibromyalgia, I am of course an advocate for giving those dealing with chronic pain the support they need. I was sent some information on the National Pain Strategy, which aims to promote knowledge and understanding of chronic pain illnesses, and ensure [...]