Salt Lake City, Utah – Mark Hanson, a 76-year-old retired physicist and MBA graduate, has captured the literary and cinematic world’s attention with his debut novel, “The Silicon War.” The book, first published on January 21, 2019, has gained widespread acclaim, earning its place as a potential candidate for book acquisition and film adaptation.
Hanson’s journey into writing began after retirement, as he delved into local newspaper articles about espionage activities in Silicon Valley. These articles served as the catalyst for his first novel, a gripping narrative that explores the world of sophisticated reconnaissance and surveillance equipment.
After nearly a year of intensive effort, Hanson’s novel is on the brink of being adapted into a film, aptly titled “The Silicon War.” Currently, the project is in the final stages of development, with some legal requirements awaiting fulfillment, thanks to the expertise of Mr. Randall Cooper.
“The Silicon War” has not only garnered significant interest in the film industry but has also received an endorsement for its high-quality content, potentially leading to a lucrative contract with HarperCollins. As the project nears completion, Hanson will receive a substantial upfront payment ranging from $700,000 to $800,000.
To build anticipation for the upcoming film, the team is actively engaged in social media advertising campaigns. Mark Hanson has an incredible journey from physicist to author and a potential Hollywood sensation who has the world eagerly awaiting his masterwork, “The Silicon War.”