Books & Anthologies by Peter Panagore

 

Heaven is Beautiful: How Dying Taught Me that Death is Just the Beginning

ISBN: 978-1-57174-734-1

 

Debued at #76 on Amazon's Top 100 Best Sellers List

 

In ten editions--in paperback, audio, and ebook

Find your copy worldwide at your favorite online or brick and mortar at bookseller.

 Find your copy worldwide at your favorite online or brick and mortar at bookseller. 

Two Minutes For God: Quick Fixed for the Spirit.
  • ISBN-10: 1416538267

  • ISBN-13: 978-1416538264​

 

As seen on broadcast and cable TV (Gannett/NBC) every morning reaching an audience of fifty thousand viewers a day in Maine, New Hamphire and Canada, here is collection of three hundred and sixty-five drawn or Reverened Panagore's fifteen hundred video productions.

 

You don't have to pray for hours a day -- all God asks is that you keep the holy spirit in your heart. In three hundred words (or less), Peter B. Panagore can help you build a strong relationship with God, while reminding you of what is truly important in life. 

 

From childhood pet ducks to fixing a house foundation, Two Minutes for God features anecdotes from Reverend Panagore's own life as well as those of the people and world around him to illustrate how pieces of the sacred live within everyday events. Encompassing many cultures and a wide variety of religions, Panagore does not exclude anyone from his perspectives on spirituality, prayer, and God's relationship to the world around us. Covering contemporary but timeless topics such as love, loss, healing, work, bullying, mythology, celebration, and family, Two Minutes for God provides a daily infusion of faith that will last all year long.

Read "Former Enemies", a short story about the USS Arizona by Peter Panagore.

 

Publishers

2012 Backlist, LLC - a unit of Chicken Soup of the Soul Publishing LLC

ISBN-10: 1623611032

ISBN-13: 978-1623611033

 

2001 HCI - New York Times Best Seller List

ISBN-10: 1558749381

ISBN-13: 978-1558749382

 

This self-help-guide-cum-tribute to veterans will appeal to wide readership (approximately 27 million Americans are veterans), just as so many other entries in Canfield and Hansen's blockbuster series have. Slagter founder of Veteran Stories Inc., "a corporation dedicated to honoring veterans from all wars and all branches of service" and the soul-soothing duo have recruited a strong lineup of contributors, among them Sen. John McCain, Bob Hope, Charles Kuralt (their names are on the cover as contributors), Secretary of State Colin Powell, Sen. Daniel Inouye and 75 others; and Walter Cronkite checks in with a blurb on the back of the book. Ranging from the terrifying ("I was blind, stunned, in pain, bleeding profusely and very much alone" at the controls of an attack plane over North Korea, recounts Kenneth A. Schechter) to the stoic ("With his eyes nearly swollen shut from the beating, [Mike Christian] had quietly picked up his needle and thread and begun sewing a new [American] flag," recalls McCain of a co-prisoner in North Vietnam) to the deeply moving, the stories relate triumphs of the spirit and often of the body. Some profits will go to the Paralyzed Veterans of America, the Women in Military Service for America Memorial, the Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association and other organizations. Photos. (May)Forecast: With a release in plenty of time for Memorial Day and a near-infallible brand identity, expect a run up paperback bestseller lists.

Read "Former Enemies", a short story by Peter Panagore.
Over 5 million copies in print
2003 Multnomah Books

ISBN-10: 1590523075

ISBN-13: 978-1590523070

 

Stories from a Soldier's Heart: "To preserve our peace of mind and our way of life, the men and women of the United States military often sacrifice their youth-and sometimes even their lives. They steadfastly guard the futures of millions of people they will never meet. Now over seventy-five riveting stories bring to life these heroes and the loved ones they have fought for. Organized in six themed sections: patriotism, inspiration, faith on the frontlines, love and family, honor and sacrifice, and dedication and courage. Stories from a Soldier's Heart honors those who carry in their warrior hearts the world's hope for freedom."

the wet dark of February, Volume 19
The Café Review, Inc.

Portland, Maine
Spring 2008

ISSN 1069-7179

 

Mr. Panagore's poems published in this anthology are:

"On a Busy Bouevard" and "Kneaded".