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Death as a Gateway to Another World

Author tells readers not to fear death.


Fairfax, Virginia – WEBWIRE

"Although it is mostly fiction, the book reflects my beliefs about religion and spirituality, being also an autobiography as it relates to the above beliefs. I believe that whatever earthly religion someone belongs to is almost irrelevant. What matters is whether we lead a moral life or not on Earth."

What if the afterlife is as real and substantial as on Earth, but with fundamental differences since a spiritual existence is for eternity?  In The Travelers, Joseph Sconce explains the concept of afterlife and gives a new perspective on the meaning of life. 
In his book, Joseph describes the afterlife as a place filled with real people, with real jobs, in real cities. Like on Earth, they work and travel. Heaven is the amazingly beautiful part of this world, and hell is the ugly part, similar to slums on Earth, or uglier. The book trails the story of eleven travelers who endeavor to reach their goal city, to put them one step away from Heaven. They experience many adventures that help them learn to become better people deserving of Heaven.
“Although it is mostly fiction, the book reflects my beliefs about religion and spirituality, being also an autobiography as it relates to the above beliefs. I believe that whatever earthly religion someone belongs to is almost irrelevant. What matters is whether we lead a moral life or not on Earth.” Sconce says.
You can grab a copy of this book at LitFire’s booth during the 68th Frankfurt Book Fair this October 19 to 23, 2016. The event will be held at the Frankfurt Trade Fair grounds in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. 
If you’re interested to learn more about Joseph Sconce’s The Travelers, you can visit his website at TBA. 
The Travelers: The Wonders of Journeying in the Afterlife
Written by Joseph Lima Sconce
Kindle| $ 3.99
Hardcover | $ 26.99
Book copies are available at www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and other online book retailers.
About the Author 
Joseph Lima Sconce is a resident of Virginia, and has a passion for history, statistics and writing. He is a graduate of George Mason University and attended San Diego State University. 
 


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 The Travelers
 The Wonders of Journeying
 Joseph Lima Sconce
 in the Afterlife
 Contemporary Fiction


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