Aaron David Yeoman


A colored photograph of F15 fighter silhouetted by rising sun - about page- political thriller author, Aaron David Yeoman

  • political thriller author and author of war novels and a compilation of Holocaust historical fiction short stories
  • born into a family of military veterans
  • immersed from childhood  (for better or worse) in all things related to historical and modern warfare
  • taught to respect the self-sacrifice of serving men and women and the need for standing armies
  • convinced that there is often a moral obligation to wage war even though there may be less than pure motives behind the scenes
  • as a youth enjoyed war gaming and experienced ’empty pockets’ during a plastic model kit arms race!

Color photograph of dark grey model Tiger tank going over some stones

  • made the best out of watching stereo components just light up until his parents took pity on him and bought him his first set of loudspeakers
  • reading voraciously about all aspects of warfare on land, air and sea
  • developed a keen interest in world politics, especially the Middle East, which holds the key for the  likely future of the planet
  • this interest in the Middle East and geopolitical matters has led to intensive study over many years
  • has contributed to a number of geopolitical publications
  • accurately predicted Israel’s 2006 war in Lebanon and recent huge arms sales in the Middle East
  • specializes in World War II and post-war military periods
  • his talent for story writing was noticed at an early age (see also Eleventh Hour Covenant : an editing challenge)
  • his other talents include singing, writing lyrics , public speaking and  painting
  • has had experience in the fields of reprographics, desktop publishing and fashion design
  • his interests include all kinds of motor sports, classical music and sound reproduction and good design in all its forms
  • was present at the 1994 Australian Motor Cycle Grand Prix where Cagiva won its greatest victory after  a 1o year one-sided battle against the might of  the Japanese motor cycle industry.

Color photo of motorcycle rider with knee down on Cagiva GP motorcycle