Patricia Bowman-Stein, a former professional dancer in NYC, until arthritis in her spine forced her to stop, loved her former life. She acted in theatre, TV commercials, and became an Equity Union Stage Manager for Julie Harris in “The Belle of Amherst” and other Broadway shows.
After moving to Los Angeles, her husband died. However, her three children kept her in L.A. where she worked as a reporter on Lundberg’s Inweek, an oil industry weekly for several years. She also wrote and stage managed, "Women In News" for cable TV LA which was hosted by attorney Gloria Allred.
After her time at Inweek, Patricia studied film and became a television and film script supervisor. At the same time, she married Miklos Gyulai, a film and TV editor.
Her first short story, The Long Goodbye, was published in 2005 in the book, A Flash of Red (Spider Thief Publishing, Canada). The book sold in the U.S., Canada and the 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.
In 2014, her mystery book, Oops A Dead Body was published by Outskirts Press, Denver, Colorado.
Patricia’s working on Book Two of The Girl on Pointe The Ballerina and a followup mystery, Oops The Mermaid Turned Deadly based on a seafaring tail/tale.
Patricia is a member of LARA and Romance Writers of America.