Novelist and adventure writer, William Jack Stephens has lived and explored the world from the Arctic to the southern reaches of Patagonia.
In his former life, he served in executive roles with some of the largest companies in the world. He interacted with government agents, gave private industry counseling to congressional leaders, and served on committees that planned for nuclear, biological, or chemical disaster.
Jack left the corporate world in 2006 and moved to his home in South America, high on a mountain in the lakes region of the Andes. Now he writes gripping fictional tales of adventure and romance with frightening aspects of reality.
In South America he's known by his Spanish nickname, Memo, and when he's not writing, he can usually be found on a wilderness river with a fly rod in his hands.
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