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Catch the exhibit for Elling Halvorson’s Book “Detours to Destiny: A Memoir” at the 2020 BookExpo New Title Showcase

The memoir has received praise from readers and book reviewers.

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Check out the exhibit for Elling Halvorson’s “Detours to Destiny: A Memoir” at the BookExpo New Title Showcase

Independently published by engineer and entrepreneur Elling Halvorson, “Detours to Destiny: A Memoir” will be exhibited at the 2020 BookExpo New Title Showcase. Organized by the Combined Book Exhibit (CBE) and Reed Exhibitions, the largest annual book trade fair in the country will take place on July 22 - 26, 2020 at the Javits Center, New York City.
The New Title Showcase provides new and self-published authors the opportunity to exhibit at the BookExpo, which helps them increase their brand awareness, achieve high visibility, and gain more traffic. Authors also get the chance to promote themselves and their works through autographing sessions.
Elling Halvorson’s book “Detours to Destiny: A Memoir” will be displayed by ReadersMagnet at the BookExpo New Title Showcase.
The book is a moving, riveting and poignant tale of one man’s struggle to achieve the near impossible. Readers will be moved by the personal tragedies Elling Halvorson had endured and overcome. It does not only share to readers the tale of the author’s life and exploits but also demonstrates to them how one should act and deal with the challenges that test their resolve and faith in themselves and in God. 
“Detours to Destiny” was selected by ReadersMagnet as Book of the Week in 2019. It has also received positive reviews and upvotes from Amazon customers, Goodreads users, and book reviewers.
Learn why readers love Elling Halvorson’s book “Detours to Destiny: A Memoir.” Order today on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Readers are encouraged to visit the author’s website
Detours to Destiny: A Memoir
Author | Elling Halvorson, with Diana Savage and Gerald D. Gawne
Published date | October 31, 2018
Publisher | Independently published
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Author Bio
After graduating from Oregon’s Willamette University in 1955 with a degree in economics and engineering, Elling Halvorson founded a company that specialized in construction projects in difficult locations. That led to him building a freshwater pipeline from the North to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon in the early 1960s, using helicopters to lower supplies to the Canyon floor. Realizing the bigger opportunity, he began selling Canyon air tours in 1965. Today, he’s the chairman of Papillon Airways Inc., the world’s largest air-tour provider, and has built up more than a dozen other family-owned businesses. Elling and his wife, Barbara, raised four sons and a daughter and have eight grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. The Halvorsons are also active philanthropists.

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