PATRICIA BOWMAN-STEIN lives in North Hollywood and is married to Miklos Gyulai. She is a retired Film and Television Script Supervisor and Equity Union Theatre Stage Manager after first beginning as a professional ballet dancer. She worked as a reporter on Lundberg’s Inweek, (based in North Hollywood) an oil industry weekly, for several years and was a writer and stage manager for Women In News for Cable TV L.A. hosted by Attorney Gloria Allred. Her first short story The Long Goodbye was published 2005, in the book, A Flash of Red, Spider Thief Publishing, Canada. The book sold in the U.S., Canada and U.K. Her most fun writing was winning the Alaska Airlines Jingle Contest presented by the L.A. Times. She enjoyed driving Sunset Boulevard seeing her ads on billboards and magazines at newsstands carrying her print copy.
Patricia welcomes reviews of Oops A Dead Body, Book One of the Oops Series. She’s working on Book Two of the Oops Series entitled “Oops The Mermaid Turned Deadly” based on a seafaring tail/tale & NoHo and would like to write a serious expose of California’s Oil Industry in the 1950’s based on corruption, sex, violence and murder. She is a member of Sisters In Crime, L.A. Please visit her here www.patricia-bowman-stein.com/.