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“The Last Double Sunrise” – Review

Dorothy Johnston reviews Peter Yeldham’s latest work “The Last Double Sunrise”, which is available now. Carlo Minelli must surely be the most engaging – and lucky – prisoner of war in Australian literature. Minelli is dubbed the POW Artist when he enters a painting i read more

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Remembering Alex Faure

We were incredibly saddened to hear of the passing of Alex Faure, a close friend of Peter Yeldham and For Pity Sake Publishing, and inspiration behind ‘Dragons in the Forest’. Peter writes: He was my brother-in-law and a friend. A great companion who enjoyed a party, a man read more

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Peace, Pacifism and Peter Yeldham

Peter Yeldham’s done a lot in his life. He’s shared an office with Spike Milligan. (Yes, that Spike Milligan.) He’s written for the BBC, the ABC, for television and radio. He’s an award-winning and nationally celebrated Australian story-teller. Across the decad read more

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Five Rules for Writing Historical Fiction

With the second season of the Outlander series now gripping the world, and with the re-release of not one but two of Peter Yeldham historical fiction novels only days away, it seems fair to say that historical fiction is now very much in vogue. It seems we’ve monkey-swung from sparkly read more

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Little Book Owl: Above the Fold

Not too long ago, youtube book reviewer Little Book Owl filmed an amazing review of Peter Yeldham’s latest novel Above the Fold. Catriona talks about her experience reading a novel set in the Northern Beaches where she grew up. Watch the review here!   read more

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Inspiration in Familiar Places

There’s a strange kind of fear around the idea of meeting ones heroes. I think it’s probably because we spend so much time building these people up in our minds that the reality never truly meets with the expectation.  I’ve never really had much time for ‘heroes’. Certainly, there are read more

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A Bitter Harvest- Review

What is a book – to different people I’m sure they represent different things. There are textbooks, educational journals, fiction, non-fiction, biographies; the list is endless. Realistically it is merely a combination of words on a page, jumbled together to make sense out of this big read more

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