Joseph Sconce Writes Fictional Novel, "The Travelers" About Journeying the Afterlife

The Story of 11 Souls Traveling Through Heaven

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Although it’s fiction, the book reflects my beliefs about religion and spirituality.

Fairfax, VA (PRWEB) December 17, 2013

What if life after death was essentially the same as life on earth?

“The Travelers” by Joseph Sconce is a fictional novel that provides an explanation of the afterlife and gives a new perspective on the meaning of life.

“Although it’s fiction, the book reflects my beliefs about religion and spirituality,” Sconce said. “I believe that whatever earthly religion someone belongs to is almost irrelevant. What matters is whether we lead a moral life on earth or not.”

According Sconce, the afterlife is filled with real people, with real jobs, in real cities. These people work, travel and vacation in the same manner that they do on earth. Heaven is the glamorous part of this world and hell is the slums.

The book follows 11 travelers as they attempt to reach their “goal city” which would put them just one step away from heaven. The travelers experience various adventures and learn how to become better people who deserve heaven.

“The Travelers: The Wonders of Journeying in the Afterlife”
By Joseph Lima Sconce
ISBN: 978-14836-1829-6
Retail price: $28.99
Available at: trafford.com

About the Author
Joseph Lima Sconce is a resident of Fairfax, Virginia and has a passion for history and writing. He is a graduate of George Mason University and San Diego State University. His liberal religious views sparked his desire to write and publish “The Travelers”.


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