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Jack Page is the author of Call to Power. The man behind the pseudonym has earned some of the greatest accolades of the writing world, yet Jack’s identity remains a mystery. Why the enigma? Because his stories are explosive. Jack Page has spent years managing the world’s top finance and banking companies.
In his novel, he asks whether there is space for morale in the boardroom and how digitalization will disrupt the economy. But his fast-paced corporate thrillers probe one question more than any other: What difference can one determined individual make in big business?

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Jack Page I believe those novels get one very tricky thing right, namely to hit a nerve of the particular time. They represent a particular genre or zeitgeist m…moreI believe those novels get one very tricky thing right, namely to hit a nerve of the particular time. They represent a particular genre or zeitgeist more than any other book and become the go-to example. They must not necessarily be the best novel in that genre, but they are the first to capture a social desire or fear. Just take a look at Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, which spoke to so many people because it reflected their concern about scientific progress. In this regard I see them primarily as a cultural artefact.(less)
Jack Page Writer's block is feared by most authors, but actually this is often the easiest obstacle to overcome. Two things are important:
1) Have a plan where y…more
Writer's block is feared by most authors, but actually this is often the easiest obstacle to overcome. Two things are important:
1) Have a plan where you are going. You must sketch out your entire novel with regards to the story before you start writing - acts, chapters, and scenes. This is the most crucial stage of writing and determines the quality of the novel more than anything else. Most authors immediately jump into the writing process, which makes trouble invevitable later one.
2) If you nevertheless do encounter a wall and the words just won't spill out of your head and onto the paper - or your Word-processor - it helps to work on another chapter or scene. That does not have to be in a chronoligical order. Just write what at the moment comes easiest to you, Later on return to the troubling scene. It then might be less frightening.(less)
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New corporate thriller “Call to Power” out now!

After three years of intense writing, my new business novel Call to Power: A prime corporate novel was released this week. It accompanies the young and ambitious Paul Cromwell as he joins a failing manufacturing colossus in Pittsburgh. Paul, a generally principled and pious character, turns increasingly vile as the novel moves on and he becomes obsessed with power and career progress. The manageme

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"Love him or hate him, Cromwell is a ruthless financial & sales genius! It seems there is no line he won't cross, but is there? Does he have an ethical code he adheres to? Read the beginning here & follow him on through "Call To Power"! Loved it!" Read more of this review »
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"Jack Page took a deep dive into the cutthroat, world of corporate greed & power. It's quite incredible the lengths these characters will go to in order to gain power in a world full of distrust & unholy alliances. It really is a rollercoaster of a ri" Read more of this review »
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