Monday, March 23, 2015

Maxwell's Guilde to Heaven and Hell by Alan Taffel


FORT LAUDERDALE, FL. (March 22, 2015 )— Author and Emmy Award winning television writer/director Alan Taffel has released his second novel “Maxwell’s Guide to Heaven and Hell” as part of Blairmont Publishing’s roster of titles.  “Maxwell’s Guide to Heaven and Hell” is a sequel to his first novel ‘Heaven, Inc. – A Helluva Novel” but is also easily read as a stand alone title.
Using humor to tackle controversial topics, Taffel presents a highly engaging and entertaining plot tackling religion, the afterlife, politics and more through a cast of intriguing characters including a golf playing Devil, a conniving World War II vet, and an all-knowing cat. 
 “If you can make people laugh AND think, you’ve really accomplished something worthwhile”, said Taffel, “If this book doesn’t get a giggle or a rise out of you, I’ve done something wrong”.
"Maxwell's Guide to Heaven and Hell is now available as an ebook on Amazon and will be available in print very soon.
Taffel is a TV writer/producer/director and the winner of an Emmy and multiple CableAce Awards, a guitarist who will never play like Eric Clapton, and an avid golfer who has never shot a hole-in-one or played a game on par. Alan lives with his wife Caryn in South Florida.
Taffel is available for interviews and appearances. For booking presentations, media appearances, interviews, and more information contact Emily@mugsypr.com.
 
DESCRIPTION:
 
When Berry Driscoll arrives in Heaven, he - like all residents in the afterlife - receives a copy of a travel guide/advice book that he wants to share…with the living. With help from a love-struck World War II veteran, the book’s editor, a wondrous teleporting cat, and the Devil himself, Berry’s return to Earth sets off a firestorm of reactions with a unique cast of characters. 
This sequel to Heaven, Inc. – A Helluva Novel combines mystery, adventure, romance, and fantasy while taking on pop culture, religion, politics, cats, and even golf with unique style and humor.
 
BIO
 
Taffel is a TV writer/producer/director and the winner of an Emmy and multiple CableAce Awards, a guitarist who will never play like Eric Clapton, and an avid golfer who has never shot a hole-in-one or played a game on par. Alan lives with his wife Caryn in South Florida.
 

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