Travel Blog: www.iwritemyworld.com
Facebook: Pat McGrath Avery and Pat McGrath Avery Author, Travel Blogger, Photographer
The Hap Lynch Mystery Series
Murder With No Remorse - set in the Rio Grande Valley in south Texas
Murder has Consequences - set in the Rio Grande Valley in south Texas Paragraphs: Mysteries of the Golden Booby (Murder Can Be Golden) Murder Takes No Prisoners - set in Jefferson City, Missouri Murder is for the Birds - set in the Rio Grande Valley in south Texas Murder Takes a Ride - set in the Missouri Ozarks
Emergence: The John Bax Story The Sharon Rogers Band They Came Home: Korean War POWs Tell Their Stories Role Call: Women's Voices - co-authored with Joyce Faulkner Sunchon Tunnel Massacre Survivors - co-authored with Joyce Faulkner
Famous Dogs (& Other Critters) Too Famous Dogs: Changing History One Dog (& Cat) at a Time 15 Dogs and a Cat Speak Out!
Kids Travel Books:
Fun Days in Kansas City Fun Days in Pittsburgh Fun Days on South Padre Island
I make blank greeting cards from my photos and sell them individually or by categories. Each card is made by hand, includes an envelope and packaged in plastic envelope. Many people choose to frame rather than send as cards.
Sample categories include:
Cities: Pittsburgh, Kansas City, Sioux Falls
States: Colorado, Missouri
Nature: Trees, Critters, Flowers, Birds
Places: Sedona, South Padre Island, Route 66
Photos with verse
I write about my world - my photography, books, dogs, travel, birding and nature.
In addition to writing and photography, I am the editor of the MWSA (Military Writers Society of America) quarterly magazine, Dispatches. As a former publisher, I enjoyed finding and working with talented writers and illustrators. From How High Can You Fly?, our first published book at River Road Press, to the titles that have been released under Red Engine Press and/or River Road Press, it's been a rewarding journey filled with hard work, collaboration and learning.
I'm a member of the Independent Book Publishers Association, Sisters in Crime, the Military Writers Society of America, the Association of Great Lakes Outdoor Writers and Missouri Outdoor Communicators, Midwest Travel Bloggers and Laguna Madre Art League.
Last but not least I can't forget Peanut. She kept me company for nine years before she crossed the Rainbow Bridge in 2014. I miss her every day.
Luke, a Bichon, is the star of my Hap Lynch mystery series - he thinks of himself as Luke the Detective Dog. He, along with designer Joyce Faulkner, co-authors the Fun Days series of travel guides for kids.